Meek Mill’s concert at the Wells Fargo Center Saturday night was jam-packed with special guests. There was Allen Iverson, French Montana, Rick Ross, Yo Gotti, DJ Khaled, Lil Durk, Fabolous and Jeezy. Last but not least, there was also Beanie Sigel.
The 40-year-old former Roc-A-Fella member had a tumultuous few months after getting released from a federal jail for tax evasion in August last year. In December, Sigel was shot in the abdomen outside of his brother-in-law’s Pleasantville home. One month later in 2015, Beans was officially released from the hospital, but not before reports revealed he had to get one of his lungs removed due to bullet fragments.
“They done and sent my nigga to prison. They done shot my nigga. But he’s still back holding it down for Philly,” Meek said to a rambunctious crowd whom welcomed back the Broad Street Bully.
While Beans hit the stage to the 1999 cut “Do It Again (Put Ya Hands Up),” he didn’t’ come alone. Other State Property members, Young Chris and Neef Buck, came out to perform classics like “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop” and “No Better Love.”