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Meek Mill Eyes Ghanaian Citizenship Amid Cyber Attacks and Online Trolling

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Meek Mill is expressing frustration with America and considering obtaining Ghanaian citizenship as he grapples with cyber attacks and relentless trolling about his sexuality on social media. In a recent post, the rapper shared his desire to gain dual citizenship, highlighting his disillusionment with the treatment of black men in the United States.

“I wanna get citizenship in Ghana!!!! America made to tear black men down if you don’t follow orders!” Meek Mill expressed on social media. “Africa don’t got this sh*t I’m getting dual citizenship if they let me!”

However, Meek faced backlash and mockery from some social media users in response to his plans. Jokes about Ghana’s strict policies regarding LGBTQ+ rights surfaced, with one user humorously suggesting that Ghana would “lock [him] up fam.” Despite the criticism, some fans offered words of support, advising Meek to take a break from social media to focus on family and strategic planning.

Meek Mill’s decision to explore Ghanaian citizenship comes after he announced hiring private investigators to address the cyber attacks he’s facing online. Expressing concern about the detrimental impact of negative media coverage, he emphasized the need to combat misinformation that undermines black artists and leaders.

“A big company powered ‘I know the perc was fake but I still ate’ now we praying for yak mental … lil bru need his people … yall think this shit a game they have our people totally distracted!” Meek Mill wrote on Twitter. “I will never be gay or a rat …. Ima die like that and ima forever step!”

As Meek Mill navigates these challenges, his fans continue to show support while awaiting updates on his next steps. Stay tuned for further developments on Meek Mill’s journey.

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