Meek Mill Performs “I’m a Boss” With Rick Ross at Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Ring Party
Meek Mill wasn't able to see his hometown Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots at Super Bowl LII but the rapper did get to put on a show for the team during their recent Super Bowl ring party.
Skipping a visit to the White House, the Eagles held their ring party on Thursday (June 14) and made sure to have Meek Mill on hand. Joined by MMG boss Rick Ross, the two performed "I'm a Boss," along with a few other Meek songs including "1942 Flows," "Litty" and the team's unofficial anthem, "Dreams and Nightmares (Intro)."
Meek even got to hoist the Super Bowl trophy and told the crowd if he had to pick a best night in prison, it was the day the Eagles won the Super Bowl. "If I ever had to say I had my best night in prison it was the day the Eagles won the fucking Super Bowl," Meek shouted.
The rapper later got to party with a few of the team's stars including Alshon Jeffrey, Zach Ertz, Torrey Smith and LeGarrette Blount. The Wins & Losses artist also wasn't the only rapper in attendance, as Philly native Lil Uzi Vert was on hand as well.
While Meek was still behind bars, the rapper shared a message following the team's Super Bowl win, wishing he could celebrate with the team and fans. "I wish my current situation was different, and that I could be with my brothers on that team, and the other Eagles fans, in celebrating this once-in-a-lifetime experience," he stated at the time.
The rapper will learn more about his fate next week when he meets with Judge Genece Brinkley for a June 18 hearing.
Check out footage of Meek Mill at the event below.
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