Wale Pens Heartfelt Letter to Meek Mill & Fans – Read it Here!
In light of all that is going on in Meek Mill’s life and mind, Wale has penned a heartfelt letter to his friend, label mate and collaborator. Recently, Meek, you can imagine has been on an emotional roller coaster following the loss of his freedom, the hype about a potential early release via bail and the let down of its unjust denial. He’s received visits, calls and letters from many celebrities, family and fans including the recent visit from the New England Patriots owner and the 76ers owner respectfully. Wale openly expresses his feelings on Meek’s proceeding destiny, including his very definitive conclusion of his letter to Meek, “Ill see u real soon my brova. Ps. I always feel weird about saying “free____” because the body can be captured but the mind can remain elusive when there is clarity.”
Check out the unedited letter posted by Wale below.
Spoke to my dawg for grip Yesterday … it’s funny how nobody knows how close we are or what we been through. It’s really deeper than rap . We look back and laugh at the dumb shyt and we welcome the endless possibilities of our future with open arms . The silver lining in this fucked up situation is the clarity and wisdom he has gained.
The silver lining for me is realizing what(or who) is real. I the end there barely is a silver lining in such an unjust situation but the conversation we’ve been having have inspired me on levels I deemed unattainable at one point. I’m grateful for the ups and downs because God /Universe will bless you directly and indirectly . Ill see u real soon my brova. Ps. I always feel weird about saying “free____” because the body can be captured but the mind can remain elusive when there is clarity.
Sent from my iPhone
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