It looks like Meek's Twitter account produced some positivity amongst all of the beefing this week.
On July 8th, Meek Mill stopped by the scene of a fire that killed four children in Southwest Philadelphia, responding to a tweet by Philadelphia radio station Hot 107.9 requesting assistance from the general public. Meek responded by tweeting that he would help.
Living up to his word, Meek not only donated an undisclosed amount of money to the victims, but also tweeted at other Philadelphia residents to help as well.
"I just wanted to come out and participate and bring my help to the families and everybody that took a loss in this situation," Meek Mill said in an interview with Hot 107.9 days the day after the fire, "'cause I be feeling like nine times out of 10 they never really use us in a way that it could benefit the community, so you know I come out and use myself.
"Only time I'm really on the news or on the radio it's something about probation,” he continued. "I feel like I'm in a position [where] I could be able to help these people so easily, get donations and get things they need to help them with their losses right now so you know I'm gonna do it."
If you'd like to help, donations can be sent to 128 North 7th Street, Darby, PA, 19023. Cash donations can also be made over the phone at 267-499-7298.