American Rapper Robert Rihmeek Williams, popularly known as Meek Mill has come under fire after asking Africans how they listen to international music.
The 36-year-old rapper popped the question in one of his recent tweets on the microblogging platform X.
According to him, he was interested in knowing how Africans living in Nigeria and South Africa stream his music
He wrote, “Do a lot of people play my music in South Africa I remember having on big show their few years back … how do yall listen to our music in South Africa???? On what platform or in Nigeria?”
His question however wasn’t well received by some tweeps, as South Africans and Nigerians on the platform reunited to drag the rapper, responding to his question sarcastically.
Below are some of the comments,
@STFUWARLO: We don’t have any music streaming services in Nigeria. We have this guy he’s the only one that has access to Spotify, he’s a town crier he comes every Friday to perform your songs for us. This is how we listen to your music. I hope this helps
@Ro_Henny_: Well, it depends on the season. In summer we hear it through the trunk of an elephant. In spring the giraffes catch signal and play it out loud. You get me?
@_shaunkeyz: The same way yall listen to amapiano in your country, it’s the same way we listen to your trash songs man. Don’t try to revive your dead career by disrespecting us.
@thesheddyking: We send birds to america to memorize songs then have them sing it to us when we gather at the village square.