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Meek Mill's Unsolicited Opinion On Wigs Have Women Responding Like ... 'What Lace?'

The rapper dragged lace front wigs on Twitter. He was quickly shown the error of his ways.

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Meek Mill has had it with lace front wigs. The rapper had a 2018 that included being released from prison, releasing a new album and making peace with Drake and the Game. As Complex reports, Meek decided to open 2019 with a war on lace fronts, declaring them to be "wackkkk." Many of his fans, however, weren't here for the attack.

Tuesday, Philly's favorite son started things off by tweeting, "Lace front wigs are wackkkk! I’m protesting them."





Fans responded with the expected colorful array of feelings and opinions. Many warned Meek this wasn't a good look:


Wow imagine being blessed with freedom, wealth and an amazing platform but choosing to be negative and spread hate instead... pic.twitter.com/8ikPyTnNx3




However, the Maybach Music Group artist doubled down, tweeting, "I just hate when you see that lace cap line in front all slicked down and the net in the middle. We letting y’all have everything else .... ask y’all man how he feel lol."




Black women responded by tweeting pictures of themselves in lace fronts at Mill as a way of defending the fashion:






Even television personality and rapper Toya Wright got in on the fun. Using the hashtag #whatlaceMeek, she took to Instagram to share her lace front glow up, even shouting out her stylist for the “laced” hairdo.



Wright started a trend on IG, as well:





While he tried to defend himself against his critics at first, tweeting "I actually like Black women best," in the end, Meek gave up, attempting to do a little damage control.




His final tweet on the subject read, “I just joke all day I don’t care what people be thinking ... I’m about to go outside and have a normal nice day, people trolled me for years on here it ain’t make me or break me lol." 




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