Meek Mill has added his name to the growing list of celebrities who are scheduled to perform during the Super Bowl weekend.
According to Page Six, Meek will be performing the day before kickoff in Atlanta at mogul Michael Rubin’s starry Fanatics party at the College Football Hall of Fame.
The move is surprising to some. Meek's recent album was very politically charged and he has been championing criminal justice reform since he was recently released from prison.
Earlier this month he responded to the news that Scott would be performing, tweeting: “For what????” and “He don’t need that he on fire already!”
Just week, Meek teamed with Jay-Z, Rick Rubin, and others to launch Reform Alliance which is a new initiative to change probation and parole laws.