Meek Mill’s Question Sparks Controversy: Social Media Reacts to Rapper’s Question

US rapper Meek Mill recently sparked a wave of confusion and amusement among South African and Nigerian music fans with a seemingly innocent question about how his music is listened to in Africa.

The rapper, known for his performances in the region and chart-topping hits, left fans puzzled with his question.

This led a perfect clap back from South African media personality Khanyi Magubane.

Meek Mill’s Question Raises Eyebrows

In a Twitter post, Meek Mill questioned, “Do a lot of people play my music in South Africa… how do yall listen to our music in South Africa???? On what platform or in Nigeria?”

Meek Mill's had a strange question to ask

Meek Mill’s had a strange question to ask on Twitter

Given the widespread availability of international streaming platforms like Tidal, Spotify, and Apple Music in South Africa and Nigeria, the question garnered humorous reactions from music enthusiasts.

Khanyi Magubane’s Hilarious Response

Khanyi Magubane, well-known for her wit and humor, delivered a witty and tongue-in-cheek response to Meek Mill’s question.

She humorously stated, “Every year in January we send one African to America to fetch the music and it takes him 6 months to get there (land and sea travel, jungle escapes, horse back travel and the occasional lift from the cheetah) – just in time for your summer.”

Meek Mill Clarifies Business Intent

In an attempt to salvage the situation, Meek Mill explained the reasoning behind his curious inquiry, stating, “I was asking how they listen to music in Africa because I wanna handle my business none of my contracts say they have rights to distribute me in Africa … basically looking for the money trail? Idk what platforms used in South Africa lol.”

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