Meek Mill’s Shocking Post Not All It Seems: “Burying My Mans Hope He Don’t Go To Hell” 

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Meek Mill left his followers stunned over a post that seemingly implied he was hoping a recently deceased friend would make it to heaven and not hell. 


“Burying my mans hope he don’t go to hell!” Meek Mill wrote on X (formerly Twitter) on Sunday (February 18). 

The Dream Chasers Records founder had social media in an uproar over his post with many left in disbelief that he would talk about a dead loved one so callously. Additionally, multiple blogs shared the post leading to further outcry. 

“Meek mill has to have the oddest tweets,” one X user wrote. “His friend passed away and this man tweeted “burying my mans hope he don’t go to hell”. ¿ Like whattttttt ? Pray for his soul Meek. Jesus lol.”  

“yo homie lookin up at you rn,” another person wrote alongside a meme of a Jerry Springer Show guest.  

However, all is not as it seems. Meek Mill was in fact quoting lyrics from a rising Philly rapper and former collaborator LIHTZ.  

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The line is from his song “Serenity,” which has been making waves online and attracted the attention of some big players, including Timbaland.  

The superproducer responded to LIHTZ via the comment section on IG. “Nowwwww this rite here,” Timbo wrote alongside a trio of head-blown emojis. 

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However, Timbaland didn’t stop there after spotting his talent. The pair were soon on Facetime together before hopping in the studio together. Shortly after, Timbaland and LIHTZ debuted a new collab titled “Problem Child.” Watch the video below. 


















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