Meek Mill Wants To Create A Documentary About His Life & Is Looking For A Director

Meek Mill performs onstage during Global Citizen Live
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Meek Mill wants to show the world a different side of him.

The Philly rapper wants to create a documentary about his life. 

As reported on The Jasmine Brand, Meek Tweeted, he’s looking for a director that can bring his vision to life. According to the Expensive Pain rapper, their ‘sauce’ is more important than their credits. In the Tweet, he said, “Looking for a fire director to cook my series about my life! They don’t have to have the biggest name either, just the sauce!”

In 2019, Meek debuted a docu-series called Free Meek on Amazon Prime. It was produced by Jay-Z, Eli Holzman, Aaron Saidman, Paul, and Isaac Solotaroff.

In 2017, Meek was sentenced to 2-4 years in prison for violating his probation after his arrest for reckless driving in New York City. He was also charged for drugs and weapons after getting into a fight in St. Louis. He spent six months in jail. Also, in 2017, after coming out of prison, he did his first performance at the biggest hip-hop concert, our Summer Jam.

The Fader points out Meek, alongside Hot 97, donated $10,000 to the Justice League NYC to support their criminal justice reform initiatives.

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