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Meek Mill Writes Letter on Fatherhood: "Being a Father Means Giving My Son the Life He Deserves"

This year’s Father Day is upon us, and in honor of the holiday, Meek Mill wrote an essay on

This year’s Father Day is upon us, and in honor of the holiday, Meek Mill wrote an essay on fatherhood for Time. The Philadelphia native delves into the meaning of being a father and how growing up without a father made him realize how special time is with my son and how much of an impact I can have on his life. Read excerpts of the letter below and find the full piece here.

“As a father, now I get to give my son the life I never had. Being able to give him anything he wants is one of the best feelings in the world—but it’s also scary. When you see how much one person can trust you, look up to you, and depend on you, the last thing you want to do is disappoint them. The fact that no one can teach you how to be a father means you are always learning on the job. I love my son with all my heart, and I would do anything for him. It’s a crazy feeling knowing that I will help him become a great man.[...]

I still miss my dad, and I always will. Growing up without a father made me realize just how special time is with my son and how much of an impact I can have on his life. There are so many single mothers out there struggling to fill both roles, raising their families all by themselves. They don’t get the credit they deserve. There’s not enough ways to really say thank you, but we celebrate them, too, for all they do. To all my family and friends who are celebrating Father’s Day with their children, we salute you for being role models for all the young fathers in our community.”

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