Meek Mill says he’s about to take a social media break to get away from the crazy social media stuff.
It’s unclear what he was talking about specifically, but there has been speculation the rapper was talking about Kid Cudi’s recent appearance in what looks like a tuxedo-inspired outfit with a wedding veil draped over his head. bald while his hands are covered with lace gloves.
âBeing a toddler must be confusing in these times of social mediaâ¦ I’m lost seeing some of these things,â Meek Mill tweeted. He added in another tweet that he is taking a break from social media.
Kid Cudi appeared at the CFDA Awards on Tuesday night wearing a lace wedding dress with matching stockings and overflowing white sneakers as well as a bolero-style jacket.
The rapper also appeared to be holding the creator’s hands in a very awkward photo.
Online, many reacted to the photos, with one saying “the whole black community is in the deep water” while others said he looked “humbled” as if his manhood was being cut. ‘to be removed.
Kid Cudi is among the few rappers who wear feminine clothes, although they appear to be straight. Other people include Lil Uzi Vert and a few other rappers who wear nail polish and the like.
Some Meek fans agreed with him in his comments.
“That’s what @BOOSIEOFFICIAL was trying to say about wtf folk post, but everyone wants to act like he’s crazy,” one person commented. Boosie, in particular, has spoken out openly against Lil Nas X’s gay lifestyle, saying it is a bad influence on children.
However, many have denounced Boosie for his own hypocrisy regarding violent words and degrading images of women.
Meanwhile, Meek Mill might be preoccupied with the things kids face every day. Yet Meek has been called a hypocrite for the graphic images for his latest music featuring female caricatures in sexually provocative poses with their breasts and buttocks. The image is currently her avatar on Twitter, where young fans, including children, can access and see her on packed tour buses as well.
Despite criticism, the rapper did not remove the images, only pointing out that they were created by a black artist whose work he wanted to promote.