Meek Mill isn’t an “All Lives Matter” guy. Technically, all lives should matter, but past, present and future events have shown that when it comes to equality, black lives don’t matter as much as the lives of others. It’s why the Philadelphia rapper is having a tough time understanding how his peers, specifically black artists, can yell all lives matter when “cops are shooting black people on the pavement over car tickets.”
The outspoken Dreamchaser touched on the “Black Lives Matter vs. All Lives Matter” debate during his Taxstone interview recently and broke down why it’s foolish to yell the latter in response to the aforementioned. Comparing how police officers deal with blacks and whites differently, Meek says evidence of racial inequality is even more apparent when you look at how drug offenses are handled between the two races.