Meek Mill took to Instagram on Friday (Dec. 30) to share a series of intense video clips that were captured while the rapper battled his way through a rabid crowd as he fronted the Afro Nation concert in Ghana on Thursday night (Dec. 29).
Meek and what looks to be a squad of security guards can be seen practically fending off people as they struggle through the chaotic mob scenario before climbing their way out of the sea of people and ultimately make a dramatic escape on dirt motorcycles.
"They roughed me [the fuck], but love overpowered it," Almost went from dreams to nightmares quick. Lol." Meek Mill captioned the video.
Even after successfully fighting off the frenzied mob and live to tell the tale on social media, Meek Mill claimed to have had his phone taken at some point during the chaos.
"They pickpocketed me for my phone," Meek stated on Thursday's Instagram Story. "[Shaking my head]. Bring that jawn back if you got it."
Despite having his phone stolen, it looks like Meek has not only won the hearts of Ghanaians, but also those of Ghanaian musicians. Shatta Wale, a prominent dancehall singer, took to Twitter after learning about Meek's stolen phone to send a message to Ghana's streets.
"Streetz, if you know you have Meek Mill's phone, please return if that's true," tweeted Shatta. "You can't do that to a real hustler. By [tomorrow] morning, return a.m. Meek inspires all of us on the street a lot."
Meek Mill seemed to have had a once-in-a-lifetime experience, even after being forced to power through the Ghanaian mob and having his phone stolen. Another Instagram post from the Championships rapper includes a carousel of amazing photographs from the headlining Afro Nation concert as well as a couple shots that show some of Meek's encounters while in Ghana.