Fans are starting to say Meek Mill isn’t really about the activism he preaches about after he cancelled an Anti-Violence concert a school held. Fans say he showed up, didn’t like the crowd size/turnout and left.
Fans are complaining after Meek Mill left a concert at University of Massachusetts.
The University expressed that they were disappointed that he decided not to perform after he arrived.
The students paid $10-$15 dollars for the tickets and will be given a refund.
Vice Chancellor for student affairs Hephner LaBanc stated:
“Although the concert did not go as planned, students were very cooperative. We are equally disappointed in Meek Mill’s decision not to perform. Refunds will be made available to ticketholders in the near future.”
The University held the concert for their anti-violence efforts within the community.
People affiliated with the concert, and those who attended took to social media to voice their disappointments:
What’s crazy is he is taking zero ownership. He been tweeting all day having a great time while students were waiting since 9am for him. Nope. Respect out the window.— ANG 🇩🇴 (@angcode_) March 7, 2020
Trust he was not— ANG 🇩🇴 (@angcode_) March 8, 2020
Yup showed up saw the crowd and dipped— Boston ➡️ UMass ➡️ Sports (@BostonSportsNe2) March 7, 2020
Fans say that for someone who always preaches about moving forward, wanting violence and crimes in communities to stop, no matter the amount or crowd he should’ve performed for the reason behind the concert.