/  11.12.2021

Content on Meek Mill’s social media feeds has prompted the rapper to take a brief hiatus. On Thursday (Nov. 11), the Philadelphia star took to Twitter to announce that he was stepping away from social platforms.

“About to take a break from social media … I see too much crazy shit,” he tweeted before expressing some sympathy for the younger generation. “Being a young kid gotta be confusing as shit in these times of social media…..,” he continued. “I be lost seeing some of this stuff.”

Meek has often used his social media platform to promote his music, interact with fans and share random streams of consciousness with his followers.

Recently, he promoted his Expensive Pain project with a Q&A session on Twitter; he also sought a director for his potential biopic as well as an attorney who could help understand the terms of his record deal.

“I haven’t get paid from music and I don’t know how much money labels make off me!!!!!” he wrote in a now-deleted tweet. “I need lawyers asap!!!”

Meek Mill’s decision to take a social media break comes after Young Thug admitted that the internet oftentimes dampens his mood.

“Bro, I just noticed like when I look at the Internet, when I look at Instagram and like you know Twitter and shit, I get depressed bro,” the “Go Crazy” emcee said in a black-and-white video posted on Instagram. “This shit is like burnt the fuck out, bro. This shit [is] depressing.”

While Meek plans to take a brief social media hiatus, JAY-Z prefers to stay away from those platforms for extended periods of time, hopping on every now and then to share messages with his fans. Offset, on the other hand, admitted that he has an addiction to Instagram.

Look below to see Meek Mill’s tweets.


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