A new name was added on the list of celebrities expected to perform at this year’s Super Bowl: Meek Mill will perform the day before kickoff in Atlanta, at the starry Fanatics party, at the College Football Hall of Fame.
Obviously, this can be considered surprising by many, as his latest album was very politically charged, not to mention that ever since he was released from prison, he has been championing criminal justice.
As a side note, when Travis Scott’s performance was announced, Meek Mill had the best response: “For what??? He don’t need that he on fire already!”
In other news, Meek recently joined Jay-Z, Rick Rubin, and many others, to launch the Reform Alliance, which aims to change probation and parole laws.