Meek Mill wants to know why Lil Uzi Vert can’t legally purchase a planet.
“If someone sold him a planet or he thinks he owns this planet in the normal sense of the word, it’s simply not true. It’s fraud,” said Frans Von der Dunk, a professor of Space Law at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
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Despite the news seemingly being false, Meek Mill is begging to differ. He wants to know why his fellow Philadelphian cannot purchase the planet, tweeting his reaction after hearing that his friend got shut down.
“And who made that law up? Lol,” he asked.
Considering the number of resources that Lil Uzi could possibly find on the planet, one person suggested that buying a planet would be far too profitable and that the rapper would never be able to sign paperwork. So, for now, it looks like Uzi won’t be the first human to legally own a planet. Too bad.
What do you think is coming next for the Philly rapper?
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