A video recently emerged showing the BMF star sitting in a car with some of friends while he FaceTime Walker.
The singer is heard complimenting the actor in the clip, noting that he is “handsome,” to which Meech expresses his gratitude to Walker. Some of his friends didn’t view it that way, prompting one in particular to tell him to stop being so “lovey dovey.”
Meech was quick to defend his relationship with his lady, even accusing his friend of “hating.” When pressed further, the friend admits he’s envious and “wants to love somebody too.”
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The pair have seemingly confirmed their relationship, after Meech posted a very cozy pic of the two on Twitter on Sunday (May 28). Rumors had begun swirling about the two dating back in April.
The gossip continued to heat up when Walker was spotted rocking Meech’s custom BMF chain.
This isn’t the first time Lil Meech ha been clowned by his friends for his antics. After Meech was arrested last December at a Florida airport, 50 Cent wasted no time roasting the young star about his unfortunate situation.
“What the fvck ! LIL Meech didn’t hear them say cut,” 50 captioned an Instagram post featuring Meech’s mugshot. “BMF returns Jan 6 Black mafia Fridays.”
But it didn’t stop there. Plenty of actors in 50’s Power universe also took shots at Meech’s legal troubles in his comment section.
“When trynna prove BMF is more realistic than Power goes wrong,” Power‘s Michael Rainey Jr. wrote. While Gianni Paolo clowned Meech’s haircut: “I lowkey like Meech but he should’ve heard someone say cut not cut.”
Meech was reportedly carrying an unloaded Glock-19 but was in possession of a 15-round magazine without owning a gun permit for the state of Florida, which prompted Broward County deputies to be called and arrest the 22-year-old.
At the time, Lil Meech had been booked on a felony charge of “introducing a firearm into the sterile area of the airport.”
It later turned out the gun belonged to his bodyguard, but there had been a mix up between their luggage resulting in Meech ending up with the gun in his possession.
The bodyguard admitted to owning the gun at the time of the arrest, however authorities reportedly ignored him.
The BMF star’s attorney Bradford Cohen later presented prosecutors with a purchase receipt, gun case and license to carry that all effectively prove the gun did not belong to his client. He also explained that the two men happen to own similar carry-on bags and that, on the date in question, Lil Meech accidentally grabbed his employee’s luggage thinking it was his.
Broward County prosecutors decided not to move forward with a potential misdemeanor charge against Lil Meech, based on the evidence presented and statements made by Cohen and the bodyguard.