American rapper, Robert Rihmeek Williams, known professionally as Meek Mill, has testified to the healing powers of Bitter Kola.

Despite frequent visits to the doctor, Meek Mill revealed that an African herb healed him after two years of battling a chronic stomach problem.

On his social media page, he wrote “My stomach been messed up almost 2 years I been to a bunch of doctors … I took an African herb and it fixed my stomach like magic!”

He then shared photos of bitter kola and said it changed his life “quick”.

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

Bitter kola, also known as bitter cola or Garcinia Kola, is a plant found in Central and Western Africa that has long been valued for its medicinal properties.

Aside from its aphrodisiac benefits, Bitter Kola is said to relieve cough, stomach problems (either bacterial or viral infection).

Some health experts claim that Bitter Kola contains anti-cancer properties.

Sharing his experience on the microblogging app, he wrote; “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”

For those who don’t know what Agbo Jedi Jedi is, it can be described as a herbal concoction gotten from scented leaves, grapefruit, juice extracts, bitter leaf, sorghum leaves, naphthalene tablets, and garlic or other combinations used to treat a disease commonly known as Jedi Jedi.

Meanwhile, Lil Nas X recently took to his social media to announce his new project with an over-the-top pregnancy shoot, complete with a bump and flower crown.

Lil Nas in an exclusive interview with PEOPLE, revealed that the idea to do the photoshoot came after listening to Megan Thee Stallion’s verse on his new song “Dolla Sign Slime” for the first time.

“I was like, ‘Oh my God, this is amazing,’ so I immediately called my stylist,” he says. “She was like, ‘Wow, this all comes together. Your album. Your baby.’ I was like, ‘Yeah, this is my baby, huh?’ As a joke, she was like, ‘Yeah, you should do a pregnancy shoot.’“