A white protester on Hollywood Blvd recently made it his priority to call out the artwork for Meek Mill's new album, 'Expensive Pain,' somehow tying it to the disrespect of Black women, Masonic symbolism, vaccine mandates and why you should take off your mask in general.

The Dreamchasers rapper’s brand new effort features Moneybagg Yo, Lil Durk, Lil Baby, Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert and more.

The ritzy event was also attended by the likes of JAY-Z, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Lil Baby, Alex Rodriguez, J Balvin and more.

It pays to have friends in high places. Meek Mill and Jay-Z gifted Robert Kraft with a Bentley for his 80th birthday. As spotted on Rap-Up the long time owner of the New England Patriots football team got a big surprise for his 80th solar return. In a video posted to Meek Mill’s Instagram account Philadelphia 76ers […]

The Dreamchasers honcho took to Twitter and called for new open-carry gun laws after a teenager was shot 13 times.

A Philadelphia Man, Eric Riddick, now 51, was wrongfully convicted and served a life sentence for more than 29 years over the 1991 shooting of William Catlett in South West. Riddick’s case also caught the attention of Meek Mill as Eric Riddick was also Meek Mill’s former cellmate at the State Correctional Institution Chester. Meek […]

Tekashi 6ix9ine is back to taunting Meek Mill on social media. The professional snitch is now challenging his nemesis in a one-on-one fight.

The controversial line comes from a leaked track called "Don't Worry (RIP Kobe)" featuring Lil Baby.

Meek Mill and Tekashi 6ix9ine do not get along and will never be cordial. So naturally, things got heated when the Philadelphia rapper and the infamous Brooklyn snitch reportedly crossed paths in Atlanta outside of a club.

According to DJ Akademiks, Drizzy and Meek are in the Bahamas filming a music video for an upcoming project. While Akademiks stopped short of revealing further information, he did tweet that the project was “coming soon.”