Rapper Meek Mill has some resolutions for 2019, but most of them, so far, seem to be for other people. For instance, he encourages other rappers to step their game up monetarily, choosing to invest more and own things as opposed to always splurging.
“2019 all rappers let’s start having a property and owning business challenge instead of Jewelery [sic] jets and cars,keep it up to par but let’s switch it up and level up so we can have money when we 50+ from years of hard work and grinding!” he wrote on Twitter. “Smarten up!!”
Now that’s a challenge we can respect. But the resolution he has for women has us scratching our heads (and it certainly has got other people talking).
The 31-year-old Philly-based MC took to his Instagram stories early Friday morning to tell us that he doesn’t want to see us in wigs in the new year.
“2019 take them wigs off pleaseeeeee” he wrote next to a laughing emoji.
That’s right, despite the fact that his own past hair choices (those straight-back braids) inspired the name of the braids women wear under their coveted wigs, and that the last serious girlfriend he had is known for her wigs, Meek has had enough of the protective style.
This new year’s wish comes after the rapper’s son said the only thing he wanted for Christmas was for his dad to find himself a good woman and get married. In response, Meek tweeted, “2019 it’s over for the thots my son want me married so I gotta start building.”
Now he has demands…
He said, via social media, that his goals relationship wise would be to be on Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s level.
He could use a Beyoncé in his corner for sure, someone who could have let him know that worrying about the hair choices of women, whether as a joke or being serious, is a no-no. His brief comment stirred up all sorts of reactions online. Hit the flip to see who’s feeling the #NoWig2019 idea, and who wants Meek to mind his business:
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