Meek Mill Says He’ll Retire From His Rap “Day Job” Within 5 Years


In an interview with Complex’s Speedy Morman, Meek Mill suggested he only has a few years left as an active performer. The Philadelphia native said he’s ready to explore ventures beyond rapping. “I got like three, four more years left,” Meek revealed. “That’s it. I’ve been rapping since I was 23 … I can’t be performing forever. I probably got two, three more years. I think these the last years I’m going hard with music and I’ma go pursue like other stuff too.” Meek Mill noted he wouldn’t stop music completely, but he’s ready to move on from being a full-time artist. He thinks his days of touring and dedicating himself to recording albums are numbered.


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