Both hip-hop artists took to Instagram Sunday (November 12) to encourage Meek fans to rally for him at a Philly courthouse.
#RALLYFORMEEKMILL TOMORROW LETS GET IT‼️#DC4LIFE IF YOU CANT MAKE IT SEND YA PEOPLES ALL LUV FROM THE #DREAMCHASERSFAMILY
Yesterday, comedian Kevin Hart shared a serious video message about Meek’s situation.
“Um, happy Saturday, people. I’m just taking a second to speak on my friend Meek Mill’s situation and try to bring as much attention to it as I can and asking you guys to go to Justice4Meek.com. Sign the petition, we’re trying to get this sentence re-evaluated. I mean, look, it’s just not fair. Look, the guy’s not perfect. He’s done some things in his past life and he’s been on probation for a large part of that past life and the sentencing he’s getting is stupid.”
This week, Meek’s lawyer Joe Tacopina singled out the judge for throwing down a multi-year prison sentence.
According to Tacopina, Meek and the the judge are from the same part of Philly and know some of the same people. Tacopina says the judge suggested to Meek — during a meeting in chambers last year — he do a remake of Boyz II Men’s, “On Bended Knee” … and give her, the judge, a shout-out. Meek thought she was kidding and laughed. Tacopina claims she said, “I’m not kidding,” and when Meek refused to do it, she replied … “Okay, suit yourself.” (TMZ)
Over the past few days, everyone from JAY-Z to Rick Ross have rallied for Meek’s freedom.
Sign the petition to overturn the blatant injustice on @changedotorg #Justice4Meek Justice4Meek.com ✊✊✊✊ We wit u young King. Stay Up. This too shall pass.
— Roc Nation (@RocNation) November 8, 2017
JAY Z on the Meek Mill situation pic.twitter.com/fwfPUI4TU0
— lu (@luboyyy) November 8, 2017
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