Maybach Music Group’s Meek Mill is reminding fans racism is still alive in 2018. The hip-hop veteran went to social media to share disturbing footage of a man putting racial remarks on his grandmother’s home.

Meek Milly hit up Instagram Tuesday (December 18) with footage from last night’s hate crime.

Last week, Meek delivered his energetic new “Championships Intro” music video.

After its first week of availability, Championships destroyed its competition on the sales chart.

Meek Mill’s Championships (Atlantic) has officially topped the HITS Top 50 Chart, moving around 208k. That included, a total of four debuts make up the Top 5, as Lil Baby’s Street Gossip (QC/Motown/Capitol), The 1975’s A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships (Interscope) and Ski Mask the Slump God’s Stokeley (Victor Victor Worldwide/Republic) make waves at #3, #4 and #5 with 84k, 61k and 52k, respectively. (HITS Daily Double)

A few days ago, Meek admitted he needed more than just a number one album to his name.