Why the Meek Mill billboard in downtown Los Angeles was a billboard of a man’s life

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In a billboard with the title “Meek Mill: Life’s a bitch,” the rapper’s face and likeness are plastered across the Los Angeles skyline in an effort to raise awareness about mental health issues, depression and substance abuse.

Meek’s former label Epic Records was a major financial supporter of the billboard.

The billboard has since been removed and replaced with a billboard that has been painted in Meek Mills honor.

The billboard in Los Angeles, California, United States, May 20, 2020.

Courtesy of Epic Records/iStockphoto.

Meek’s billboard in Downtown Los Angeles in Los Angles, California.

Courtesy Epic Records.

MeekMill.com MeekMill billboard on the wall in Downtown LA.

Courtesy MeekMills.com.

Meepo.com (Facebook: Meek)Meek is a former member of Meek and the D.O.C. and now serves as an actor and producer.

The rapper released his first album, I Don’t Need Money, in January 2018.

It was a critical and commercial success, and earned him two Grammys for Best Rap Album.

In October 2019, Meek announced that he was leaving the D-Block crew to pursue solo endeavors.

In the same month, he dropped a series of solo albums.

Meeks last album, Meepo, was released on May 2, 2020, and featured production from the Alchemist, Young Thug, Rick Ross, DJ Quik, Diddy and DJ Drama.