Meek Mill Faces Backlash For Post About The Notorious B.I.G.’s Casket

Meek Mill is coming under fire on X (formerly Twitter) for his recent post about seeing a picture of The Notorious B.I.G.‘s casket. In the post, he wrote: “Today I seen biggie in a casket I stared at that pic for 30mins a [sic] straight.” Fans have been sharing plenty of laughs at his expense in response as he provided zero context to the story.

“wtf do meek mill be talking about forreal ? He stared at a picture of biggie in a casket for 30 mins straight?! Like who be asking this stuff.” Other users were quick to joke that Diddy must’ve shown him the body while more asked what they were supposed to do with the information. One fan came to his defense. “if I was you big dawg I’ll stay off this internet sh*t bro,” they wrote. “Everything you say now the internet trolling you your kids don’t need to see this bro live your life & get a bag but get a PR to write and promote and educate leave the other sh*t off THE NET.”

Meek Mill Poses With JAY-Z In N.Y.C.

NEW YORK, NY – JANUARY 23: Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter (L) and Meek Mill attend the launch of The Reform Alliance at John Jay College on January 23, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for The Reform Alliance)

Meek Mill Reflects On Seeing Biggie’s Casket

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