Meek Mill recently took to social media to inquire about the popularity of his music in South Africa, sparking a wave of comical responses from African Twitter users.
While the MMG rapper expected straightforward answers, the witty replies from fans left the hip-hop community in stitches.
On Saturday (January 20), Meek posted on X (formerly Twitter), asking, “Do a lot of people play my music in South Africa I remember having on big show their few years back … how do yall listen to our music in South Africa???? On what platform or in Nigeria?”
The Twitterverse responded swiftly with humorous and imaginative answers, turning Meek’s innocent question into a comical exchange.
One user humorously remarked, “Well, it depends on the season. In summer, we hear it through the trunk of an elephant. In spring, the giraffes catch the signal and play it out loud. You get me?”
Another user added to the laughter, stating, “Normally, we use rocks, but on a good day, we use trees or get one person to sing for the whole village.”
The creativity didn’t stop there, with a more elaborate reply describing, “On a good day, we climb the mountain to listen to the forest play your music. On rainy days, we go down the nearest river, and a mermaid comes out to sing your songs.”