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Meek Mill News – MIA, Sixers, New Music

Meek Mill spent last week balling with the 76ers and Lil Baby, before dropping a new single, “Flamerz Flow”.

Along with the hot anticipation of being named as a headliner for September’s Made in America festival, (heck, he’s got the self-named surrounding block at the Art Museum to show for it), The month of June is shaping up to be an awesome one, musically and socially for Philadelphia’s own Meek Mill.

The first thing happened last week when Meek, along with his Roc Nation management boss and buddy Jay-Z and Philadelphia 76ers owner Michael Rubin surprised New England Patriots NFL owner Robert Kraft with a Bentley for his 80th birthday. According to sources, Kraft and Mill became pals through Rubin, who, like the NBA owner, helped to get the Philly rapper freed from prison in 2018. Then along with Jay-Z, they all aided in the launch of the Reform Alliance, a not-for-profit group working toward police and prison reform around the United States.

Right after that, Mill, Kraft, Rubin and hit-making rapper Lil Baby – with Philly film auteur M Night Shyamalan behind them – sat courtside at the Sixers game on Monday night, the same game where 76er Ben Simmons celebrated their victory at Steak 48.

Then, there’s the thing that Millie does best: make hard-hitting hip hop with the autobiographical, “Flamerz Flow, and “one for the owners, this ain’t for leasers.” Guessing that he’s not talking about basketball team owners that he’s befriended, the track – a reference to his old Flamers mixtapes – talks about the death of a father, being made a man at an early age, and how he “started with an ounce, had twenty million by the time I’m thirty.”

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