- Rap musician Meek Mill recently got his fans on social media talking
- The rapper offered a word of prayer for his unborn daughter not to experience what he went through with women and men
- Mill also reminisced about the days he spent in jail
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American rap musician Meek Mill got his Instagram fans talking after sharing a series of posts on his page.
The father of three appeared to have been in his feelings as he drew inspiration from the lyrics of a song by a colleague, Lil Durk.
In the lyrics which accompanied Mill’s caption, the rapper prayed for his unborn daughter not to go through the same experiences he had with women and some men.
"I pray my daughter don’t go thru what I do with different women “and I’m talking about “different niggas”
See his post below:
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Mill’s post elicited mixed reactions from his fans with some of them charging him to lead by example.
Read comments below:
"Don’t pray, lead by example!."
"Y’all never want y’all daughters to go through what y’all put other people daughters through. It begins by men stopping the cycle themselves and not just talking about they don’t want their daughters going through it."
"We got to pray harder for that."
In a different Instagram post, the rapper reminisced about the days he spent in jail and how he had to stay protected in his cell.
"Still remember times locked in my cell I had to sleep with my knife & only thing they said is he”ll be alright!"
See his post below:
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Some months ago, Legit.ng reported that Meek Mill gave recognition to the artworks that were believed to be that of a lady identified as Favour Oluma.
The talented young lady displayed some of her creations on social media and the picture caught the attention of the America rap star.
Reacting, Mill gave the lady some verbal encouragement and urged her to start a company of her own.