Meek Mill Visits a Cemetery in Mournful “We Ball” Video With Young Thug
Meek Mill may be locked up, but the hustle never stops. Recently, the MMG rapper dropped off a new visual for "We Ball," a mournful, Young Thug-assisted street ballad dedicated to their fallen friends. The track itself is a standout from Meek's Wins & Losses album.
In the somber new Spike Jordan-directed video, Meek Mill visits a cemetary as one of his friends is buried. On the track, he remembers his friend and protege Lil Snupe, who was shot and killed a few years ago. Meek included footage of Snupe in a previous visual for the song.
When Meek isn't in the cemetery, he's standing in front of a church pulpit as Young Thug acts out his lyrics in front of him. At different points of the visual, they've got an audience, too.
"When they killed my nigga Snupe, I seen my young nigga/In the casket he ain't even have no blood in him/Probably the reason why I keep taking these drugs quicker/Ain't got no patience for these muthafuckin' fuck nigga," Meek spits on the sorrowful song.
Considering that Meek was sentenced to two years in prison for probation violation, it's clear he shot this video before going to court again—possibly over the summer or earlier in the fall. Peep the video for "We Ball" below.
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