According to a reported DNA test result, American rapper Robert Rihmeek Williams stage name Meek Mill is 18% Ghanaian.
The report from ancestry.com indicated that Meek Mill’s ancestors were originally from the regions of Benin, Togo, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, and Nigeria.
Is Meek Mill a Ghanaian? The DNA result showed that his ethnicity is 18 percent from Ivory Coast and Ghana. On Wednesday, December 28, 2022, the rapper shared the news about his DNA result on his socials and circled Ivory Coast and Ghana on the list, and wrote: “My second home!!!”
Meek Mill was born and raised as Robert Rihmeek Williams in Philadelphia, USA. He was in Ghana during the festive season and performed at Afro Nation 2022 and also met President Akufo-Addo. Before he came to Ghana, he had always tweeted about coming to Ghana. He intends to buy a house in Ghana in order to bring down his family.
Who is Meek Mill?
Meek Mill is the stage name of Robert Rihmeek Williams, an American rapper, and songwriter. He was born on May 6, 1987 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mill began his music career as a battle rapper and later gained mainstream success with the release of his mixtapes and studio albums. He is known for his energetic performances and his socially conscious lyrics, which often address issues such as police brutality and the criminal justice system. Mill has released several successful albums, including “Dreams and Nightmares” (2012), “Dreams Worth More Than Money” (2015), and “Championships” (2018). He has also been involved in various philanthropic endeavors, including work to reform the criminal justice system.