Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross knows r-e-s-p-e-k when he sees it. The hip-hop veteran has come forward to salute the Philadelphia Eagles for keeping jailed protégé Meek Mill‘s name alive at Super Bowl LII.
Last night, Yung Renzel went to Instagram with his reaction to the Eagles coming out to Meek’s 2012 “Dreams & Nightmare” anthem at tonight’s must-watch championship game.
A few days ago, the Eagles announced the importance of keeping Meek’s name alive at Super Bowl LII.
Defensive end Brandon Graham said the team has decided that will be the song they’ll come out to this Sunday when they’re introduced as a team. “If you’re going to go with a Philly song,” Graham said, “that’s the one you’re going with.” Mill is currently serving a sentence of two to four years for a parole violation stemming from two arrests. It was a controversial sentencing, as prosecutors recommended no jail time. “Meek, you know, he’s locked up right now,” Eagles rookie defensive end Derek Barnett said, “so we have to hold the city down for him.” (NFL)
Despite having to watch the Super Bowl behind bars, Meek Mill is pulling for his team to bring a trophy back home.
Statement on Eagles from rapper Meek Mill, whose "Dreams and Nightmares" has become like an anthem for the Eagles: pic.twitter.com/srCu06jBzN
— Zach Berman (@ZBerm) January 25, 2018
Last week, Meek’s Instagram page and music mogul Diddy reacted to the Eagles turning up to “Dreams & Nightmares.”