A new mixtape from Meek Mill will require an Ethereum address for users to access it. Over ten million Twitter followers follow Meek Mill, and he urged them to Google how to get an Ethereum address and get one as soon as possible to hear his new mixtape.
Meek Mill is an American rapper who goes by the real name Robert Rihmeek Williams. Born and raised in Philadelphia, he began his music career as a battle rapper before forming The Bloodhounds.
Fans need Meek Mill’s Ethereum address to hear his new mixtape
Meek Mill, an American rapper best known by his stage name Robert Rihmeek Williams, has recently urged his adoring followers to obtain an Ethereum address in order to gain access to his latest mixtape.
Meek Mill, who has over 10 million Twitter followers, revealed this in a viral post on January 9, 2021. The popular rapper stated that his supporters would need to conduct a Google search on how to obtain an ETH address as soon as possible.
Meek Mill tweeted, “You gone need a eTh address to hear this new mixtape … google how to get one asap! Now I can really rap.”
You gone need a eTh address to hear this new mixtape … google how to get one asap! Now I can really rap ❤️🔥❤️🔥❤️🔥❤️🔥❤️🔥❤️🔥
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) January 9, 2022
Hip-and hop’s cryptocurrency’s love affair began to reach new heights in 2021. Meek Mill, the “Going Bad” singer, informed his followers in January 2021 that he required everyone who rocked with him to learn about crypto as soon as possible.
Robert Rihmeek Williams tweeted, “Everybody that rock with me to learn about stocks and cryptocurrency!!!!!! ASAP!!!!!!’”
Meek Mill is an American rapper whose real name is Robert Rihmeek Williams. Born and reared in Philadelphia, he began his music career as a battle rapper before forming The Bloodhounds, a short-lived rap group. T.I., an Atlanta rapper, signed Meek Mill to his first record deal in 2008.
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