Meek Mill, the well-known American rapper, Robert Rihmeek Williams, is intrigued to know the reception of his music among South Africans and Nigerians.
A few years ago, during a show in South Africa, Meek Mill expressed his curiosity about how many people in the country listen to his music.
On the microblogging platform X, he posed a question regarding the popularity of his music there.
Additionally, Meek Mill also extended his query to the Nigerian and South African audience, wanting to know which platforms they frequently use to listen to his music.
He asked: “Do a lot of people play my music in South Africa I remember having on big show their few years back… how do yall listen to our music in South Africa???? On what platform or in Nigeria?”
See netizens reactions below:
DANNY wrote: “The music you did with Davido where did you think the streams came from Oponu that’s why Nicki Minaj left you”
Rumani asked: “Oh you make music?”
DME said: “I don’t know about South Africa and Nigeria, but here in Namibia we take empty bottles to communicate with the ancestors and your music starts playing from the clouds.”
TIFE stated: “We all contribute money for Very Dark Man who flies to USA to listen and learn y’all songs, then he comes back to sing it for us.”