At the Afro Nation Concert in Ghana on Thursday, Meek Mill’s phone was stolen.
Following the news, the US rapper posted a regretful statement about the incident on his Instagram.
Luckily, Shatta Wale tried to help him out by politely asking the street to return his phone.
In a tweet, the dancehall musician pleaded with the public to return Meek’s phone. Meek Mill, an American artist, had his phone stolen at the Afro Nation Concert in Accra on Friday morning.
The performer showed up at the concert surrounded by biker boys who were all over him. Later, the rapper revealed that his phone had been taken and begged the thieves to give it back.
Streetz if you know you have meek mills phone pls return am …that’s if it’s true .
You can’t do that to a real hustler ..
by Moro morning Return am 🙏
Meek inspires all of us on the street a lot 🙏❤️#1DON
— SHATTA WALE (@shattawalegh) December 30, 2022
Shatta Wale, a dancehall celebrity who is best known for his street cred, expressed sympathy for Meek and offered to help him find the phone on Twitter.
Shatta Wale begged the people on the streets to give back the gadget. He said that because Meek Mill was a fellow street person, he did not deserve to be robbed. He said that the rapper served as an example for him and other street lads.
Interesting responses were prompted by Shatta Wale’s appeal. Others hoped Meek would get his phone back, while some thought he was doing it to draw attention.