Meek Mill exited a plane where he allegedly ran into a racist flight member. On Friday (Oct. 29), the Expensive Pain star captured clips of his encounter on his Instagram Story, which he shared alongside a caption that briefly summed up his issue.
“He asked, ‘Was we smoking weed on his plane?’…We just got on 20 seconds,” Meek said of the airline worker. “Racist pussy slowed my whole day up??? I need to book a place in NYC ASAP!! His energy from when we walked up I knew he racist. Just look what company is this jet under.”
The video itself showed Meek as he questioned the flight member’s assumption/allegation.
“But where are we going to smoke at if we just stepped on here 30 seconds ago. Like, where would a blunt be rolled up at if we just sat here?” asked the Philly rapper, who received an apology from the attendant shortly after. Meek later turned down the worker’s promise to “fix” everything, noting he no longer felt safe on the flight.
“You acting real racist right now, like, real crazy,” said the “Dreams and Nightmares” emcee. “Was we smoking weed? Fuck wrong with you?” He then hopped on Twitter to ask his followers for places where he could rent a plane in New York and Atlanta.
Meek’s experience on the flight comes days after he disclosed some truths about his relationship with his record label. As previously reported by REVOLT, the “All Eyes on You” lyricist revealed that he has never gotten paid for music.
“I don’t know how much money labels make off me!!!!! I need lawyers asap!!!” he said. “Ask the record label? how much have you spent on me as a[n] artist? Then you ask how much have you made off me as a[n] artist?”
He continued, “I’m about to make my record deal public by Monday just to let the world see what these people on!!!”
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