Meek Mill and Young Thug Pay Tribute to Fallen Homies in ‘We Ball’ Video [WATCH]
As his album title suggests, Meek Mill has suffered plenty of Wins & Losses in his career. One of his most significant loss was the death of his rap protege Lil Snupe who was shot and killed in 2013. He was only 18 years old.
In his new video for “We Ball,” Meek and Young Thug remember their late homies. The clip features a bunch of footage of Lil Snupe when he was newly signed artist to Dreamchasers. We also get to see footage from Snupe’s funeral where Meek sheds a tear for his fallen protege.
There’s also scenes of luxury with the Philly rhymer flashing his diamond watches and driving extravagant cars. But he’s also careful to show the downside to fame with images of people in his life who are now deceased.
The video comes as Meek responded to Trick Daddy's rage-fueled rant where he accuses the rapper of disrespecting his beloved city of Miami. The self-proclaimed "305 Mayor" demanded an apology from Meek. He didn't get one.
During his interview with Power 99 DJ Cosmic Kev in Philadelphia, Meek said that if anyone has a problem with what he said then that person should approach him directly and not on social media. "I come from Philadelphia, all our OGs, they don't get on Instagram where we're from," he said (via Complex).
Watch Meek Mill's heartfelt video above.