Meek Mill is not standing idly by after his grandmother's Philadelphia home was vandalized with a racist message.
Sources close to the rapper tell The Blast Meek is currently filing a report with Philadelphia police after discovering someone tagged a hate-fueled word outside his grandmother's house Monday night in South Philadelphia.
Meek posted surveillance video of the crime on Tuesday, which showed a light-skinned man approaching the building to write "ACORN."
Acorn, we're told, is Philly slang for "white privilege," and may hold other symbolic meanings in Neo-Nazi groups.
"A white man sprayed a racial remarks on my Grandmom’s house last night in south philly referencing white Privileged," Meek revealed, adding that, "the crazy part is this was a all black neighborhood 20 years ago It was gentrified and now this! Just don’t let us catch you coward!"
We're told there has been a string of vandalism in South Philly referencing white pride, but it's unclear if the man who targeted Meek's grandma is the same person. Other buildings were hit on Monday night, along with Meek's Grandma, and could be seen Tuesday morning, including another one that touted the "Acorn" affiliation.
However, Meek has a message to the alleged racist tagger, promising that after the house is remodeled, "more blacks coming soon."