Meek Mill is walking around with his right arm heavily bandaged but it's not slowing the controversial Philadelphia born rap star down. You can catch him on social media doing the "Milly Rock" dance and on Saturday night (March 18) in Austin, TX, he performed without any impediment.
Meek joined the likes of O.T. Genasis, Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Uzi Vert, Cardi B and Gucci Mane as part of Atlantic records' artist showcase "Make The Trap Great Again" at Stubbs.
Meek shouted out his labelmates Kevin Gates and Kodak Black who both are in jail and obviously couldn't make the event.
Mill started off with "I'm A Boss" and later, took his aforementioned injured arm and raised it to the sky. He then put up half a peace sign and said he wanted to dedicate his next selection to the haters, "Fuck You."
There was a bit of Tomfoolery when Meek called some fans to the stage to pay homage to Kodak Black and do his wrist thrusting dance move. About a dozen guys came from the audience on to the stage, but nobody could do it just right.
After clearing the stage and performing "Levels," Meek did have a stage guest who could deliver. Don Q came out for DC4's "Lights Out." Mill's knockout blow came after "House Party" and "Litty Again," with his signature record , "Dreams and Nightmares" intro.
Meek didn't disclose the extent of his injury or what caused it. However, on Wednesday in St. Louis, he did catch a misdemeanor assault charge after a physical and altercation with two men at Lambert Airport.