Tokyo Vanity Defends Meek Mill After He Received Backlash

Tokyo Vanity Defends Meek Mill After He Received Backlash For Giving Group Of Boys $20 To Share

After Meek Mill shared his interaction with a group of young boys in Atlanta, GA selling water and giving them $20 to split between the group, “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star and rapper Tokyo Vanity quickly hopped to his defense. As an Atlanta resident, she had a lot to share and did it directly on her Instagram in multiple posts.

Tokyo said, “Y’all ever been to Atlanta? Them Lil ni**a agg as fuck, handprints all over your car, water bottle greasy and nasty and hot. I give them money all the time and let them keep the water. They are very ungrateful. They think if you give one ni**a some money you got to give all of them some money. All them sell water on one block and think you’re going to buy from all of them at the same time. The f*** one ni**a going to do with seven bottles of water? He paid $20 for one bottle of water that came outta of a $3 case of 24. Respectfully y’all got Meek fu***d up because he ain’t even have to give them s**t… Take the $20 and buy yall 5- 6 more cases of water to sell. That’s how you split it!

Tok didn’t stop there. In another post, she said, “If you not from Atlanta, or live in Atlanta, your opinion about the water boys are invalid cause if you know you know!”

She continued in her caption, “Them boys aggressive and ungrateful af. You can give them $10 for a 17 cent bottle of water because it’s $4 for the case of 24 they are buying. They will say, ‘Come on, Mane, I know you got more money than that!’ When you say, ‘Nah, go head,’ he’s going to say, ‘f**k you bi**h real water boy shit, broke a** h*e we have a real paper, real motion’ and pull out about $500 sometimes more. Ya’ll be sympathetic now until you bring your duck a** out here and roll your window down and get your purse snatched.”

She even shared the interaction between another woman and the water boys, and the boys were very disrespectful and climbed on top of the woman’s jeep.

Other Atlanta resident, Toya Johnson from “TI and Tiny’s Friend and Family Hustle,” stepped into The Shade Room and commented on Tokyo’s video. Toya said, “Six of them came up to my truck beating on my windows earlier today. I’m here for the hustle, but they are super aggressive, and they will cuss you out and everything. I always try to support the Yankees, but the way they approach is kind of crazy.”

Many people appreciated Tokyo for showing what really happens in Atlanta.


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