Meek Mill's sabbatical seems to be driven by social anguish.
It's never a bad idea to break away from social media for moments-at-a-time, everyone should try it out. That's exactly what Meek Mill is doing in light of how frequent reports on Nipsey Hussle's death enter the news cycle. As you know, Meek Mill and Nipsey Hussle were close. The Game even alluded to the fact that is was Nipsey who pressured him to squash his beef with Meek, when they reached an ugly impasse.
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As of right now, Meek Mill's Instagram is cached on Google, but as soon as you click, it displays the following message. "Sorry, this page isn't available. The link you followed may be broken, or the page may have been removed." We've seen this sort of thing before, it's not all that uncommon. If and when Meek Mill returns, his follower count will be restored, as will the general make-up of his page/postings.
Meek's deletion of Instagram followed his posting of a cryptic Tweet imploring the good in leading a "real life," as he puts it. As it stands, Meek Mill seems to be leaving his Twitter account up-and-running, the platform he normally resorts to when making official announcements. His posting habits on Instagram are a little more informal, on average.