Meek Mill recently initiated a candid conversation with his fans, seeking their honest opinions on whether they believed he had “fallen off” in his rapping career. The Philadelphia-based rapper conducted this unique “social experiment” on Twitter, assuring his followers that he would not take any answers personally.
On June 14, Meek Mill took to Twitter to conduct an intriguing “social experiment,” inviting his supporters to share their unfiltered thoughts on his current rap prowess. In a tweet, he asked, “Who thinks I fell off or don’t believe in my rapping skills anymore? I genuinely need answers and honest opinions. I won’t take it personally. Before moving forward, I want to understand how people perceive me! This is a social experiment! Respond only if you are a supporter of mine! Confidence is not what I’m seeking.”
Responses flooded in swiftly, with many fans expressing their desire for Meek to release new music. One user admitted, “I don’t believe your rapping skills have diminished, but I haven’t felt the same level of excitement in your recent releases. The potential is there, so it would be great to see you collaborate with prominent artists like you did in the past. I’m eagerly waiting for your comeback album! Huge fan!”
Echoing this sentiment, another fan straightforwardly urged, “It’s time for you to drop a new album, Meek.” Meanwhile, a long-time listener from Philadelphia confessed, “I’ve been following your music for years, but I feel you have fallen off lately.”
Nonetheless, a considerable number of fans stood firmly by Meek’s current status, proclaiming him a living legend who has already proven himself. One supporter empathetically conveyed, “It seems like you’ve found a more relaxed approach to your rhymes, Meek. There’s nothing wrong with that. You’ve already turned your dreams into reality a long time ago.”
Further reinforcing this perspective, another fan expressed, “Meek, you don’t have anything left to prove in rap. I’ll support any form of art or business venture you embark on. I appreciate your refusal to be confined by expectations… and of course, I believe you still have the ability to rap. Seriously.”