Meek Mill is truly making a name for himself, not only as witty and emotionally compelling rapper, but as an advocate and leader for our communities.
The Philly-bred rapper is continuing to do his part to help those less fortunate who have been affected most by the Coronavirus pandemic. Mill took to his IG to announce that he will be joining Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin’s #AllINCHALLENGE, which is dedicated to help feeding the hungry and those who need the assistance during these difficult times. In his acceptance video Meek revealed that he will be auctioning off his biggest and favorite car a 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom. He then proceeded to nominate LeBron James, Floyd Mayweather and James Harden to donate.
It is possible to conclude that this is the very same car Meek Mill rapped about in one of his most popular songs to date, “Dreams and Nightmares”. The iconic lyrics that play at every party, kickback, club, and even at home as we enjoy the simplicity of our daily chores read:
When I bought the Rolls Royce they thought it was leasedMeek Mill – Dreams and Nightmare via Genius
Then I bought that new Ferrari, hater rest in peace
Hater rest in peace, rest in peace to the parking lot
Phantom so big, it can’t even fit in the parking spot
Now, in an admirable act of selflessness and philanthropy he bids goodbye to the vehicle that offered Meek a glimpse at the portrait of success early on in his career (tuly iconic to say the least).
The challenge has raised over $1.6 million as of Tuesday, April 14. Funds will go to Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry and America’s Food Fund. You too can make a difference, learn more on how to participate in the #AllInChallenge here.