This was revealed by the police in Ghana they arrested suspect Nuhu Sule Friday (December 30). They were able to retrieve and hand deliver Meek his phone, which had been pickpocketed from him the day before.
“I want to say thank you for bringing my phone back into my life, man,” Meek can be heard saying in a video he posted to his Instagram story showing his phone being returned. “Don’t let him hack me or anything, okay Commander?”
You can check out the moment Meek had his phone returned to him below:
Meek Mill’s Stolen Phone Has Been Returned, Suspect Arrested pic.twitter.com/EP16xz8xVh
— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) 31 December 2022
The day before Thursday (December 29), Meek took to his Instagram Stories to reveal that his phone had been stolen. The Dream Chasers rapper shared several videos on his Instagram stories of him out and about with Ghanaians while on his way to perform at the Afro Nation music festival and was clearly loving it – but then things turned sour.
“They chose to pocket me for my phoneeeeee SMH ….Bring that Jawn back if you got it!!” he wrote.
However, he continued to enjoy his time and was able to go on stage and perform. But things went crazy again after the show when he tried to leave.
“They cheated on me tf upppppp but love overcame it… almost went from dreams to nightmares real quick lol,” Meek captioned an Instagram post showing him getting into a physical altercation with a fan.
Before the tour, Meek Mill actually found out that he is 18 percent Ghanaian when he received the results of a DNA test he obtained through Ancestry.com. After posting the results on her Instagram story, the Philadelphia native circled the 18 percent labeled “Ivory Coast and Ghana” and wrote, “My second home!!!”
Meek is in the African country to headline this year’s Afro Nation music festival alongside Davido, Rema, Black Sherif and others in the city of Accra. The second night of the two-day festival continues on Friday (December 30).