Dream Chasers Records/Maybach Music Group rapper Meek Mill said that smoking marijuana puts him in a depressive state.
Meek Mill, who was the subject of ridicule from time to time, took a break from tweeting for a while. However, the rapper, who ended his break, made posts that fell on the agenda and were the subject of ridicule. After a two-month hiatus, Meek Mill shared some interesting things about mood swings.
“I smoke weed everyday and get depressed as soon as I get high … I be happy as hell sober lol it just helps me think deeper and more realistic lol.”
I smoke weed everyday and get depressed and soon as I get high …, I be happy as hell sober lol it just helps me think deeper and more realistic lol
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) January 8, 2022
Some of his fans, seeing these strange phrases, suggested different strains to him, while others said he needed to think about the distractions that marijuana would cause.
“Weed is cool and all but it’s got a cult following that refuses to acknowledge the downsides,” one person wrote. “If you smoke everyday, but don’t read, workout, or work towards financial freedom then maybe weed is getting in the way, just saying.”
@MeekMill I see you rocking an ape. Dope af fam. Love seeing my Philly bros
— mistcop.eth (@mistcop) January 7, 2022
While Meek Mill hadn’t taken a break from Twitter before, he told Complex that he was considering retirement.
Meek Mill Considered Retirement Too
“I got like three or four more years left. That’s it! I’ve been rapping since I was 23. I can’t be performing forever. I think these the last years I’m going hard with music and then I’m gonna pursue other stuff.
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“At the same time, I’ll still make music. But going on tour, working on the albums for six months, being away from my family that long? I give up. Let the young n-ggas come up next and see who moves me out the way. I’ll still be rapping if anybody wanna buy an NFT.”
Meek Mill’s latest album Expensive Pain features collaborations with names from Lil Baby, Lil Durk, Kehlani, ASAP Ferg, Moneybagg Yo, Giggs, Young Thug, Vory, Lil Uzi Vert, and Brent Faiyaz. The album also debuted at number 3 on the Billboard 200.
“Me, I’d rather take me off Billboard,” he said. “You gotta think about, what is the purpose of me being on Billboard. If JAY-Z talkin’ ’bout he don’t believe Billboard…he been in the game for 30 years. Why should I put myself in a position to be where they say, allegedly, something is being manipulated, and then I’m putting my brand on a list that’s being manipulated.”