Watch Meek Mill's Son Adorably Perform an Impromptu Freestyle at Philadelphia Gig
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Rihmeek can be seen in a fan-captured clip dropping a few bars in between chants of encouragement from the crowd, while the rapper is smiling like a proud father throughout the performance.

AceShowbiz - It looks like Meek Mill's son Rihmeek is about to follow in the rapper's footsteps. At such a young age, the 9-year-old boy is already able to perform a freestyle, and it was proven when he joined his father onstage at NOTO nightclub in Philadelphia over the weekend.

In a fan-captured clip, Rihmeek could be seen dropping a few bars in between chants of encouragement from the crowd. It was quite hard to decipher what he was spitting about, but at one point, he was heard rapping, "My name is Papi and I never understood … you just got hit." Looking like a proud father, Meek was smiling throughout the impromptu performance.

Rihmeek eventually fell off the flow, so Meek had to snatch the mic back and shook his hands. Overall, it was a heartwarming father-and-son moment.

It should be noted that this wasn't the first time Rihmeek showed off his rapping skill. Back in 2017, he took the stage at Lil Uzi Vert's "A Very Uzi Christmas Tour" show in Philadelphia to deliver some bars on his father's "Dreams and Nightmares (Intro)". He was visibly a little bit shy during the performance, but he still managed to perform it with the help of Uzi. At one point, the little boy incorporated the crowd as he turned the mic to the concertgoers for them to rap along to the track.

Rihmeek is Meek's son with ex-girlfriend Fahimah Raheem. Earlier this month, the "Going Bad" rapper opened up about not being able to pick his son up from school because of his conviction. Revealing that his probation prohibited him from going out of Philadelphia, he said, "My son lived in New Jersey, but I lived in Philadelphia, and the bridge is a 15-minute ride. I couldn't go get my son from school."

Fortunately for him, he is now able to do it because his drug and weapons conviction has finally been tossed by appeals court judges.

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