Meek Mill Is Set To Create A New Charter School In Philly

November 7, 2019

Bill Streicher - USA TODAY Sport

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Meek Mill is putting his money where his mouth is. In a recent tweet, the rapper mentioned the shear number of abanadoned schools in his hometown of Philadelphia and determined to do something about it.

"Since they got like 30 abandoned schools in Philly {*}{*}{*}{*} can we buy one and build a super school in our own neighborhood! I hang wit a lot of billionaires that really care about education {*}{*} “all we need is one school to start!," he wrote.

Meek linked up with 76er’s owner Michael Rubin to create a plan to finance and build a free charter school in Philly. In addition to this, he is challenging other billionaire friends to pitch in for other schools, according to Hip Hop Overload.

Today with the help of his billionaire best friend 76er’s owner Michael Rubin, Meek announced that he will be creating a free charter school for the philly youth. Meek is gathering all his billionair buddies to buy over 30 vacant schools that stand collecting dust all over Philadelphia.

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