Meek Mill won't rap about "extreme violence" anymore

  /  07.15.2016

Though it’s unclear if the nation’s recent tragedies influenced his decision, Meek Mill has announced that he will no longer rap about “extreme violence.”

The rapper shared the news on Instagram in a post that also touched on self-value, credibility and Black lives, and encouraged his “people” to “adapt and survive.”

Read his post below.

Will other artists follow in his footsteps?

Meek Mill vs. Wale appear on ‘Breakfast Club Court.’

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