Meek Mill

Meek Mill continues to plead with Black women to stop wearing lace front wigs in 2019. The Philly rapper continued his protests over lace front wigs in a series of tweets on Tuesday and Wednesday. “Lace front wigs are wackkkk! I’m protesting them,” he tweeted.

The rapper described an incident with a sex partner’s lace front wig that grossed him out. “I was hitting something from the back grabbed her hair just to make it a lil rough and it slipped off and ever since It’s been trauma”.

In another tweet Meek wrote, “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”.

On New Year’s Eve, Meek asked women not to bring their lace front wigs into 2019. Most didn’t listen.

His continued assault on lace front products prompted Black and brown women to defend their hair hats on his Twitter timeline.

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Hello Beautiful blog reminded Meek that wig-wearing women marched on the Philly jail to protest his incarceration last year.

“Oddly enough, men like Meek Mill will date women with plastic surgery but have a problem looking at lace wigs? Hmm… Meek must have forgotten all the Black women in lace fronts who were on the front lines screaming “Free Meek?” Furthermore, men, stay out of women’s business!”

Other women who are blessed with naturally long healthy hair @’d Meek on to show off their good genes in photos and videos.

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Meek responded to the chatter on his Twitter timeline, writing, “Stop wit all the black women stuff too I actually like black woman best with nothing on “y’all be getting to serious”.

Meek is the first bold name rapper to protest lace front wigs publicly without fear of alienating his wig-wearing fans. Most men tolerate the musty odor and other unpleasantries without complaint for fear of upsetting their girlfriends or wives.

An unofficial poll conducted by in 2017 shows most men prefer women to look natural and take pride in their own healthy hair growing from their scalps.

Lace front wigs, or hair hats, feature mesh lace that gives the wigs a more realistic appearance.

Stars such as actress Gabrielle Union are at the mercy of photographers who shoot with raw digital files, which are extremely high resolution (click image and click FULL SIZE to see the mesh).

Most photographers don’t shoot with raw files in their cameras because the files are very large and take up a lot of space on the cards. Raw files also limit the number of pictures a photog can shoot.

Black women are the largest consumers of lace front wig products in North America. Many say they prefer the wigs over styling their own hair because it’s economical, fast and convenient. It’s also an easy way to change looks daily. They just throw it on over their own natural hair and go.

The wigs are crafted using synthetic hair or 100% Remy human hair. Cheap wigs galore are available via online stores for as little as $3. The more expensive products can be purchased as a custom unit or in bundles in lengths up to 20 inches.

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