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Meek Mill reveals how Bitter Kola healed him of a 2years Ailment that Doctors couldn’t treat

American Rapper, Meek Mill has attested to the power of ‘African herbs’, after bitter Kola healed him of stomach pains which he has had to battle with for two years.

In a Twitter post, the rapper narrated how he had been battling with stomach pains for 2 years which had led him to visit a bunch of doctors but all to no avail as the pains persisted until he took an Africa herb and the pain disappeared like magic.

“My stomach has been messed up for almost 2 years I have been to a bunch of doctors.. I took an African herb and it fixed my stomach like magic”, Mill shared.

He went on to share photos of the said herb, which happened to be bitter Kola.

He added, “Bitter kola nut changed my life….I feel like we ‘black people’ need to be more educated about Africa!”

Perplexed by the wonders of this herb, the American rapper say black people need to be educated more about Africa. He also said that he’s looking for where he can do an official heritage check in order to trace his ancestral lineage.

Meanwhile, Meek Mill and other celebrities joined forces with The Weldon Project in an effort to push for marijuana reform.

In a letter delivered to President Joe Biden this week, civili rights activist Weldon Angelos and a number of rappers including Drake, Meek Mill, Quavo, and 2 Chainz urged Biden’s administration to pardon all non-violent cannabis offenders currently locked up in prisons across the country.

The letter reads, “Whatever one thinks of other drugs and other defendants, incarcerating marijuana offenders in federal prisons is a misuse of our nation’s resources and grossly hypocritical, given that a clear majority of Americans oppose marijuana prohibition and about half admit to using the drug during their lifetime.

“The harms of incarceration are obvious, but the pains of federal marijuana convictions transcend prison walls, making it more difficult for someone to get a job, access affordable housing, and receive an education. A conviction can forever limit an individual’s constitutional rights and can put the American dream further out of reach for an entire family.”

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