Meek Mill has pledged his allegiance to the Eagles and certainly one of his anthems even served because the workforce’s Tremendous Bowl track.
The Philly-born rapper has acknowledged on a number of events that he’s an Eagles fan. Nevertheless, he additionally counts Patriots proprietor Robert Kraft as an in depth private buddy, and lent his vocals to a hype track earlier than New England’s most up-to-date Tremendous Bowl win. On Saturday, Meek posted an Instagram story exhibiting a blinged-out Patriots ring on his finger.
Kraft has lengthy supported Meek Mill, typically visiting the rapper in jail and combating on his behalf for legal justice reform. The 2 first met by means of a mutual buddy: Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubins. When Meek Mill was first releases from jail, he posted a photograph of himself and Kraft.
Meek Mill even referenced Kraft within the track “What’s Free” on his “Championships” album. Kraft returned the favor together with his feedback to reporters after Meek Mill’s launch.
“Perhaps it’s the Michael Rubins or the Robert Krafts/Or the billionaire from Marcy and the best way they received my again.” “It’s simply unhappy. This man’s nice. Shouldn’t be right here,” Kraft advised reporters. “Makes it clear to me that now we have to do one thing with legal justice reform.”
After all, Meek Mill has by no means been shy about pledging his allegiances to the Philadelphia Eagles, together with making a hype video for the workforce final yr throughout Week 5 earlier than their recreation towards the Minnesota Vikings. He has additionally been proven sporting Eagles gear, most famously in a No. 20 Brian Dawkins jersey, and he was honored alongside Malcolm Jenkins on the Vanguard Social Justice Awards.