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Meek Mill shares video of a white man tagging his grandmother’s house, in spray paint, with racist remarks, telling people the neighborhood has become gentrified, and was all-black, just 20 years ago [VIDEO]

By Tamantha
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Currently, Meek Mill is one of the hottest rappers in the game. He made his way back to the top by talking about the topics that are impacting the community. Using his own legal issues as his platform, Meek Mill called it all out.

Meek Mill has now witnessed the very thing he was talking about on his new album. The Philadelphia rapper shared a surveillance video from outside of his grandmother’s house. A man walked up to her home and decided to spray paint it.

The man, white, tagged the house, and left racist remarks, according to Meek Mill. In his Instagram post, Meek Mill elaborates that this neighborhood was all-black 20 years ago. Calling out gentrification, he added that more black people will soon be moving in, once other homes are renovated.

See Meek Mill’s IG post below:

 

Watch the entire video below:

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