Meek Mill Slams Hood Mentality and Black-On-Black Violence After Tragic Murder of Chinx

Meek Mill is a close affiliate of French Montana’s Coke Boys movement. It comes as no surprise that Meek would be distraught by the death of Chinx Drugz. Chinx, born Lionel Pickens, was driving on Queens Boulevard in his Porsche early Sunday morning when another vehicle pulled up and opened fire.

Meek Mill took to IG to express his thoughts on murder of Chinx. Meek focused his post on black-on-black violence and the crabs-in-the-barrel hood mentality.

His post, read, “This is exactly why I don’t play in the streets ….. Chinx to French like Omelly to me! I tell @Omellyand my real day 1s get out that hood no matter what it cost or the circumstance! It’s nothing that add up to losing ya life at a young age!!! N----- killing n----- that’s Tryna win! I got love for the people in the hood but I don’t f--- wit the hood nomore! I dont agree with the rules, most of that s--- stupid to me now because I learned and it has nothing to do with having money! Seeing s--- like happen always make my heart cold and make me act in cold ways towards my own kind of people! I hate to see potential DIE!! REST WELL #CHINX WE GONE F------ MISS YOU!!!”

Chinx’s murder isn’t the only death Meek took to heart. Meek was deeply hurt by the loss of Dream Chasers artist Lil Snupe.

Lil Snupe, born Addarren Ross, was murdered following an argument over a video game. Tony Holden, a 36-year-old convicted felon, was charged in the shooting.

Meek penned song “Lil N*gga Snupe” and touched on hate in the record.

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