Meek Mill On Standing Up For Reform, Prison Culture, Championships + More
By The Breakfast Club
December 6, 2018
Meek Mill stopped by the show in promotion of his latest album 'Championships' to discuss meaning behind the lyrics, prison reform and much more.
-How people thought it was over for Meek
-He prefers to use Condoms and has no sexual regrets
-The big moments on his new album
-First convo with Drake since their beef
-He's tired of the Nicki and Drake questions
-His initiative to get 1 million people out of the system
-He clarifies one of his lines about PTSD
-How the system works when it comes to admission of guilt
-Self hate on the community
-How he had to take etiquette classes
-Your own people treat you the worst
-He doesn't have any problems with anyone
-How he was warned over his Tweets
-He's been hearing a lot of talk about himself that isn't true
-Doesn't want to sacrifice his life for everyone
-He's currently out on bail with no court date
-He holds no grudges & thinks everything happened for a reason
-He doesn't like doing interviews
-He thinks he's a conspiracy theorist
-His son and his influence
-He monitors his son and his internet activity
-He's convinced he has PTSD
-Too early for him to say this is his best album
-Rules on social media posts
-Rick Ross's verse...
-His friendship with Lorie Harvey
-Will this be his last Breakfast Club interview?
Peep the full interview below!