MEEK MILL WAS SEEN posted up in Peckham with Giggs shooting what seems to be a new music video.

And while many of his fans were excited about the pair’s link-up, not everyone was amused with Meek being in South London with the SN1 member.

Meek has been in the UK for the first time since his career took off over a decade ago and after performing at Wireless, he announced two shows in O2’s Brixton and Birmingham venues.

But the shows were cancelled for some reason, and the next thing his disappointed fans saw was the Philly native in Peckham outside its local Mcdonald’s with Giggs and his crew.

Which led to many of them speculating that the Dreamchaser had swerved his performance to go on a sightseeing tour in the Peckham area.

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One fan said on Twitter: “I thought @MeekMill was sick and that’s why he cancelled his show He’s out and about in Peckham with @officialgiggs.”

While another wrote: “Nah he’s mocking it. Cancelled his concert but is chilling in Peckham.”

Someone else on the platform even labelled Meek a villian for not showing up on stage.

They said: “Meek Mill cancelled his shows to stand outside Peckham McDonald’s ?!?!? On God he’s a villain. Wth is that all about??”

And this sentiment was echoed by many other users on Twitter who weren’t happy with Meek.

Hopefully, for Meek, he can win over the angry fans by producing a banger with the Landlord.

It’s likely that the pair are shooting a video to the song they recorded when Giggs visited America for the first time in his career.

Just like Meek in the UK, Giggs couldn’t enter the US due to legal issues caused by the time he previously spent in prison.

But now both artists are now free to travel to each others countries, it may be the first of many collaborations to come from them.

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