Meek Molle‘s trip to Ghana has been eventful to say the least, and now footage has emerged of an altercation he got into with an overzealous fan after his festival performance.
The Dream Chasers boss took to his Instagram on Friday (December 30) to share footage of him leaving the Afro Nation festival after his headlining performance on day one. It shows Meek making his way through an energetic crowd of people just as something happens that causes Meek to walk away with an annoyed look on his face.
The Philly native couldn’t stay upset for too long as he even received a lot of love from the local Ghanaians who came to see him perform. Meek showed the love from fans in the next piece of footage on his IG.
“They cheated on me tf uppppppp but love overcame it…almost went from dreams to nightmares fast lol,” Meek captioned his post.
Fighting his way through crowds of people wasn’t the only thing Meek Mill had to deal with during his trip to Ghana. On Thursday (December 29), Meek revealed someone pickpocket his phone while he was out in the country.
“They pick my pocket for my phoneeeeeee SMH …. Bring that Jawn back if you got it,” Meek wrote in his Instagram Story.
Meek Mill actually found out that he is 18 percent Ghanaian, according to the results of a test he had done on Ancestry.com. The Philadelphia native posted his DNA results on his Instagram story, circling the 18 percent labeled “Ivory Coast and Ghana” and writing, “My second home!!!”
Despite the rollercoaster ride he’s been on, Meek Mill kicked things off with a bang by riding around on a four-wheeler and partying all night at a local club.
“Young Kings,” he wrote on Instagram. “Come to the club at 03.00 on the left and at 7:00 a.m. 12! #ghanalit they kept us from Africa huh lol I’ll come through and be different.”
Meek Mill’s trip to Ghana comes after him brought holiday cheer to 20 Philadelphia women by paying their bail so they could spend the holidays with their families. Five of the women, all of whom were being held at the Riverside Correctional Facility in Philadelphia, were released on December 23 with the help of Meek’s REFORM Alliance, while the others will be home afterward.
“It was devastating for me to be away from my son for the holidays when I was incarcerated,” Meek Mill explained in the statement. “So I understand what these women and their families are going through. No one should have to spend the holidays in jail just because they can’t afford bail. I’m grateful for the opportunity to help these women be with their families and loved ones at this special time of year.”