Meek Mill shares memorial to “Old Kanye”

He added West’s lyrics to the mock-tribute.

May 02, 2018

Meek Mill has addressed Kanye West's public shift towards far right ideology in a new Instagram post. The Philadelphia rapper, who was released from prison last week after five months of a what many considered to be unfair circumstances, posted a photo of a mock memorial created by New Jersey-based art collective Super Poor Kids for West that read "R.I.P. Old Kanye, we miss you," seen above.


"To whom much is giving much is tested .... get arrested I guess until he get the message.. I feel the pressure under more scrutiny and what I do “act more stupidly,'" he wrote in the caption, quoting West's "Can't Tell Me Nothing. He added, "them bars touched me in my cell!"

Shortly after leaving nearly six-month stay in prison, Meek Mill gave an interview with Lester Holt about the circumstances around his trial and imprisonment and the criminal justice system.

Thumbnail image courtesy of Drew Hallowell/Getty Images.

Meek Mill shares memorial to “Old Kanye”