Stay Woke About The Missing Titanic Submersible Filled With Rich Idiots, Heeds Meek Mill

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The missing Titanic submersible story might not be all it seems, at least according to rapper Meek Mill.

Taking to Twitter to share his thoughts about the mega-viral submersible story that’s captivated the globe in recent days, the 36-year-old Philly native suggested that something about the story seems fishy, particularly the fact that people this rich didn’t have a contingency plan.

“I can’t see a wealthy man doing this with no extreme back up plans….with your son, not saying it’s fake but the way y’all run the same clips in media not even working on the average minds anymore…all types of stuff going on in the world y’all headlining with no real info lol,” Meek Mill tweeted on Wednesday night.

While its certainly humorous considering that it’s coming from Meek Mill, a routinely hilarious human being, he does have a point: it is undoubtedly absurd that all of these rich dudes would pile into a doorless metal tube and plunge it into the ocean without some sort of back up plan. Then again, wealth has never been an automatic indicator of intelligence.

Plus, a 2022 report from CBS News revealed that the waiver form that had to be signed in order to board the Titan said that “this experimental vessel has not been approved or certified by any regulatory body, and could result in physical injury, emotional trauma, or death,” so they certainly knew what they were getting themselves into.

If you do believe the stories about the missing submersible, though, all signs point to the five members on board likely meeting their demise, as reports indicate that the vessel — which was apparently operated with a 2005 Logitech video game controller — was estimated to run out of oxygen by Thursday morning, which is when this article was published. At the time of this writing, the Titan has not been found.


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