Meek Mill Performs Surprise First Show Since Prison Release At Rolling Loud
By Isha Thorpe
May 14, 2018
Meek Mill shocked everyone at the Rolling Loud Festival in Miami, Florida this past weekend when the MC made a surprise appearance and performed!
This performance marked Meek's very first one since he was released on bail from prison last month. "It feels good to be back and free in front of the motherf**king people," Meek told the audience during his 20-minute set. "Thank you to everybody that supported me. They tried to take my freedom. They tried to crush my dreams. But now we're in Miami glowing the f**k up. Let's get it!"
While onstage, the Philly rapper performed a medley of his hits. They included "On the Regular," "Ima Boss," "Issues," "We Ball," "Dreams and Nightmares" and "1942 Flows." Meek also invited some special guests onstage to collab with him. They were Tory Lanez, Gunna, and Lil Baby.
Before Meek took the stage, DJ Khaled hinted that something "historic" was about to go down. "Some people are chosen to go through storms, to overcome storms, to help other people in situations," Khaled said. "Some people have dreams, some people have nightmares, some people just got to go through a lot of s**t. But the key is to overcome. It's about overcoming, moving forward, and representing love." If you ask us, that intro was the perfect one for the MC.
Watch a snippet of Meek Mill's surprise first post-prison performance below!
**WARNING: Explicit language**
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