Meek Mill Pops a Wheelie on Stage During 2018 Summer Jam Performance
It's not uncommon to see an epic grand entrance on the Summer Jam stage, and Meek Mill's on Sunday (June 10) was no exception.
Meek's set opened with a video of the rapper and his crew riding their bikes and four wheelers to New Jersey's Met Life Stadium. The crowd then broke into a roar as the "Dreams and Nightmares (Intro)" spitter pulled up on stage with his ATV and popped a wheelie across the stage. He then proceeded to rap the classic intro, as well as "1942 Flows" and "We Ball" off of his 2017 LP Wins & Losses.
If you recall, Meek was previously sentenced to four years in jail for popping a wheelie on an ATV, which a judge said counted as a probation violation, making his Summer Jam sentence pretty symbolic. Though his long-standing case lingers on, Meek Mill appears to be taking it all in stride. With his travel ban lifted, the lyricist is set to perform at the BET Experience on June 22, as well as the 2018 BET Awards ceremony on June 24. "I wouldn’t be here without all my amazing fans who have supported me more than ever these last few months, so this year’s BET Experience concert at Staples Center is going to be extra special. Can’t wait to see y’all there," he told press.
The Philly emcee made his first post-prison appearance during Rolling Loud Miami in May. "It feel good to be back and free in front of the motherfuckin' people," he yelled to the crowd. "I want to say thank you for everyone who supported Meek Milly. They tried to take my freedom. They tried to crush my dreams. But now we in Miami glowing the fuck up. Let's get it."
Meek has also been tapped to hit the Made In America Festival stage in his native Philly in September, joining Post Malone, Nicki Minaj, Rich The Kid and more.
Peep Meek's timeless entrance below. Check out XXL's Summer Jam 2018 recap when you're done, too.
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