Rapper Meek Mill apologizes for “Amen”
Just after Pastor Jomo K. Johnson called for a boycott of rapper Meek Mill’s music, Meek has apologized for offending Christians with his trivialization and perversion of sacred themes in his song “Amen”. This situation grew into a monster. Among many controversial responses, there was an interview between Pastor Jomo and Meek where Meek and others accused Pastor Jomo of pulling a publicity stunt because of calling for the boycott and the response song he made.
Pastor Jomo responded to this accusation in an interview with our very own Trackstarz saying he tried to contact Meek but Meek refused to speak with him. Also in the interview, Pastor Jomo calls Meek out for trivializing rape but Meek explicitly denied ever doing so. Pastor Jomo was referring to this song (you can skip to the 2:14 mark). Some Christians namely Thi’sl and Humble Tip have also weighed in on this issue. In response to Meek’s apology, Pastor Jomo has called off the boycott. Read what Pastor Jomo had to say about the apology below: