Meek Mill is having issues with his Instagram. The Philly rhymer has had enough of feeling as if he’s shadowbanned by IG and he voiced his frustrations with the social media app on Monday (August 15).
“Who do we pay to turn our social medias back up because they turned our reach all the way down … I need a instagram rep or something asap,” he wrote in hopes of connecting with an Instagram employee.
Meek then accused Instagram and Twitter of controlling how much exposure each of his posts gets.
“Been on these apps 10 years 7 days a week … you can tell they being controlled,” he continued. “I could post 10 phones with different account won’t see my post until the next day what is that? And it’s on all my homies pages too?”
Later this week, Meek Mill will be turning his focus back to music after a career re-boot and cutting ties with Roc Nation Management.
The Dreamchasers boss is ready to jet-set into his next era with his first song drop of the year on Thursday (August 18), a date that weighs heavy on Meek’s heart as it serves as the anniversary of his father’s death.
“10 tapes independently starting September … new music dropping AUGUST 18 the day my dad died is when I start wylinnnnnnn again,” he tweeted in July. “I’m not dropping albums on Friday either!”
Meek also signed a deal with WME where he’ll help the talent agency curate the next generation of cultural leaders throughout the duration of the partnership.