Rap-Up experiences that Meek Mill’s hometown is honoring him along with his personal day.
Philadelphia has designated March 14 as “Meek Mill Day,” City Council President Darrell Clarke introduced throughout Thursday’s metropolis council assembly.
The Championships rapper, who’s at present on the town for his “Motivation Tour,” is being celebrated for his contributions to music and felony justice reform, in line with CBS Philly.
.@CouncilmanKJ leads a presentation, on behalf of @PHLCouncil President @Darrell_Clarke, recognizing Robert @MeekMill Williams on his philanthropic and #criminaljusticereform endeavors. https://t.co/gaYqAOcYeN pic.twitter.com/aR0sHxNbnd
— PHLCouncil (@PHLCouncil) March 14, 2019
Meek was readily available to simply accept the distinction alongside his son Papi and Sixers co-owner Michael Rubin at Philadelphia City Hall. “The one time that my City of Philadelphia showed me support was the one time I came out of prison and I want to show the support back and do it for the people that actually stood up for me,” mentioned Mill. “That means a lot.”
Pennsylvania State Senator Sharif Street additionally honored Meek with a state degree proclamation. The weekend of March 15 via March 17 has been declared “Meek Mill Weekend.”
The 31-year-old MC will carry out two back-to-back exhibits on Thursday and Friday in his hometown as a part of his “Motivation Tour,” which wraps March 24 in Atlanta.