Meek Mill has been paying close attention to Netflix's viral new series Squid Game, and the rapper recently shared his analysis of it.
Squid Game, which is on track to become the streamer's most-watched series ever, features 456 contestants with impoverished backgrounds competing in children's games with deadly stakes and a massive cash prize on the table. While the survival drama show touches on the class disparity in South Korea, Mill believes it also illustrates the same social issues in America.
"Squid games' pay attention how fast people switch and kill eachother to survive ...now think about the 'hood' poverty ...it’s the exact same thing," he tweeted. "If you just help them with work/money they won’t be that way 'just a common sense message.'"