Nearly two years after filming the music video for “Check,” Meek Mill releases the money-filled clip for his Metro Boomin and Southside-produced slapper.
Starting with Meek and his cronies hiding boxes of cash inside and under a house, the Spike Jordan-directed clip continues showing money being passed around in duffel bags. Between scenes of him hiding the dough and making it rain, Meek joins friends at a block party.
Back in June, the video made headlines due to a fight that broke out on the set, where a man was pistol whipped. The alleged victim was said to be a member of Louie V Gutta’s entourage, according to TMZ. Louie later denied any involvement.
Over the weekend, Meek was also in the headlines when Drake spoke about their feud on OVOSOUND Radio. “You can interview Meek and ask him if it was worth it,” Drizzy said. “I bet he’ll say ‘no.’ … That was a terrible, impulsive decision because you weren’t ready.”
Watch Meek turn up for a “Check” below (via HHNM).