Meek Mill surprised his paternal grandmother, Beaulah, with the keys to a newly renovated townhouse in Philadelphia.
On Wednesday, the rapper gave Instagram followers a virtual tour of his grandma's new digs.
Meek captioned the video: "I did this for my dad and my Grandmom."
"Loyalty is not just a word," he captioned another photo that showed him and his grandma in a bedroom. "Kick ya feet up Grandmom [diamond emoji] My dads mom #newcrib I'm Prada myself! Ya definition of real not the same as mines I get it!"
"I appreciate you, grandma," Meek said.
"And I appreciate you for looking out for your grandmother," Beaulah replied.
While the high end finishes and modern decor are a nice touch, the home is a disaster waiting to happen.
Concerned fans cringed at the sight of the stairs with clear glass panel railings.
Safety should be a top priority when planning for loved ones to age in place
According to Health.com, millions of adults, ages 65 and older, fall at home each year. One out of every 4 adults suffers a fall each year.
The risk of a fall can be life-threatening. What if grandma is on medication that makes her drowsy? God forbid Beaulah forgets to drink water and becomes dehydrated and confused and tumbles down those stairs.
The home is not wheelchair accessible, and there is an increased risk of fall in bathtubs. A walk-in shower or a walk-in tub are better options.
These are factors that people should consider when aging in place.
In 2018, Meek threatened a white man who spray painted the word "ACORN" on his grandmother’s home in South Philly. The rapper claimed "ACORN" is a racist term normally associated with neo-Nazis.
"The crazy part is this was a all black neighborhood 20 years ago," Meek tweeted. "It was gentrified and now this! Just don't let us catch you coward!"
Take a virtual tour of Beaulah's new home below.