Meek Mill decided to live life on the edge earlier this week when he delivered an energetic freestyle whilst driving a Rolls Royce Cullinan.
On Monday (March 13), the Dream Chasers boss took to Instagram to share a clip of himself spitting some bars behind the wheel of his car. Usually there wouldn’t be anything wrong with dishing out a few bars while driving, but Meek appeared to take his eyes off the road several times to look at the cameraman filming him.
Meek might be a great driver, but some of the widely known rules of operating a vehicle include keeping your eyes on the road and hands on the steering wheel. Regardless, Meek’s freestyle left his passengers in awe.
In his caption, Meek called the freestyle “Cullinan Slides Vol. 1,” a reference to the car he was driving and sliding in between lanes on the road which he did in the video.
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Meek Mill released his last project Flamerz 5 in November, and in keeping with the spirit of his flagship series, it was available exclusively on mixtape websites like DatPiff and AudioMack, as opposed to major streaming services.
Lately, the Philly native has been expanding his reach into other endeavors, such as real estate. Earlier this week, Meek Mill revealed he’s looking to unload his eight-bedroom ATL home and took on the role of a real estate agent to get the job done by giving his 23 million followers on IG a virtual tour.
“MANSION FOR SALE IN ATL my realtor not getting this off fast enough & I think I can lol I never moved in it had for a few years,” he wrote on Sunday (March 12).
“Sandy springs/buckhead area! When somebody get traded to the hawks or falcons come grab this Jawn! I’m not even gone tag who shot this shitty video lol!”
The state-of-the-art suburban estate is equipped with an outdoor swimming pool and jacuzzi, a tennis court and twin double garages, among other swanky selling points.
Many of Meek Mill’s followers found his real estate hustle and the property’s expensive price tag amusing, such as his business associate Michael Rubin, who joked: “25m seems like a fair price! [crying face emojis].”