In the recent promotional photoshoot for their upcoming collaborative album, “Too Good To Be True,” Meek Mill and Rick Ross have sparked conversations online. A Twitter user shared an image, playfully suggesting that Meek might carry the entire album, drawing attention to what some perceive as slender calves.
The online community quickly took notice of Meek Mill’s legs, with various opinions emerging. One Twitter user jokingly commented on his legs, saying, “Not on them legs.” However, when The Neighborhood Talk reposted the comment on social media, several supporters of the Dream Chasers boss emerged.
Some fans pointed out that Meek Mill’s slender legs have been evident in throwback pictures and emphasized that, like some women, men can naturally have slim legs. Others defended Meek, acknowledging that some individuals are naturally skinny and the internet’s fascination with physical attributes can be peculiar.
not on them legs. https://t.co/25Xp9SRYKV— LINDSEY 👩🏿💻 🕯 | UX/UI Doll (@LindseyCreated) November 8, 2023
As Meek Mill and Rick Ross gear up for their highly anticipated album release, the online chatter surrounding the photoshoot adds an interesting layer to the album’s promotion. Fans are expressing their support for Meek Mill, emphasizing that physical appearances should not overshadow the artist’s musical talent and the excitement surrounding the upcoming project.