AceShowbiz - Meek Mill has confused his fans after his Instagram account has gone missing. The Philadelphia-born rapper has apparently deactivated his account since earlier this week as those who are visiting his official account are met with a blank page which says that the said page is no longer available.
The 32-year-old's move has sparked questions from his followers, who are left wondering as to why the star suddenly left Instagram. Taking it to Twitter, one asked, "@MeekMill what happened to your Instagram?"
"So meek mill just gonna delete his Instagram like that ?!?!" a confused Instagram user inquired. Another curious fan also asked, "We can't find your Instagram account anymore. What happened?" while someone else pleaded him to return to the photo-sharing site, "@MeekMill Come backkkk to Instagram."
Some others, meanwhile, began to speculate that Meek might be gearing up to launch his new music. "Meek Mill deleted his instagram again It's album time!! Am ready," one excited fan tweeted. Another remarked, "Meekmill has deleted his Instagram account. New Tape on the way." Someone else demanded an explanation, "@MeekMill ummm what happened to Instagram sir? Are we in album mode?"
Meek has not explained why he deactivated his Instagram account, but he appeared to be doing well, judging from his recent Twitter posts. On Tuesday, November 19, he tweeted, "I think I’m getting better at life ...tryna fix a bunch of things that could never be right!"
Meek's last studio album "Championships" was released in November 2018. It peaked at No. 1 on various albums charts, including Billboard's Hot 200. The album featured his highest charting single "Going Bad", which features Drake.
He has since been working on a new mixtape, tentatively titled "DC5", but no release date is announced just yet.
In other news, Meek and his close friend, Philadelphia 76ers partner Michael Rubin, are teaming up to donate millions to Pennsylvania schools. Michael announced it during his appearance on the "Breakfast Club" on Thursday, November 21.
"We care about education a lot," he said in the interview. "I don't know if you guys saw, Meek and I have been talking a lot about education. We're actually gonna commit, between Meek and I in Pennsylvania, millions of dollars to Pennsylvania schools this year."