Meek Mill On Standing Up For Reform, Prison Culture, Championships + More

Meek Mill stopped by the show in promotion of his latest album 'Championships' to discuss meaning behind the lyrics, prison reform and much more.

-How people thought it was over for Meek

-He prefers to use Condoms and has no sexual regrets

-The big moments on his new album

-First convo with Drake since their beef

-He's tired of the Nicki and Drake questions

-His initiative to get 1 million people out of the system

-He clarifies one of his lines about PTSD

-How the system works when it comes to admission of guilt

-Self hate on the community

-How he had to take etiquette classes

-Your own people treat you the worst

-He doesn't have any problems with anyone

-How he was warned over his Tweets

-He's been hearing a lot of talk about himself that isn't true

-Doesn't want to sacrifice his life for everyone

-He's currently out on bail with no court date

-He holds no grudges & thinks everything happened for a reason

-Colin Kaepernick

-He doesn't like doing interviews

-His tweets

-He thinks he's a conspiracy theorist

-His son and his influence

-He monitors his son and his internet activity

-He's convinced he has PTSD

-Too early for him to say this is his best album

-Rules on social media posts

-Rick Ross's verse...

-His friendship with Lorie Harvey

-Will this be his last Breakfast Club interview?


Peep the full interview below!


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