Monday, April 9, 2018


Much of the world has been fighting to have Philadelphia born rapper Meek Mill released from jail due to feeling that he is being wrongfully treated by the system. Even from behind bars he has managed to release the visual for "1942 Flows" from last years album Wins & Losses". He tackles his current legal situation as the visual opens up with a press conference where he goes into details of his unfortunate situation.
Take a peek after the cut.

Meek speaks on the charges that have been put up against him, "they charged me with F1 felonies, they seen me riding a bike. That kind of says it all. You get F1 felonies when you shoot somebody , when you stab somebody. I was charged with that for riding a bike."
As Meek crusies throughout the city glimpses of the #JusticeForMeek protests flash across the screen & his Mayback boss Rick Ross makes an apperance as support of the rapper. He rhymes about President Trump, police brutality, & the highly publicized break-up with Nicki Minaj.
"My freedom on the line. Unfortunately, I made mistakes when I was younger. It's trailing me for the rest of my life." The Philadelphia district atorney filed a motion as of recently stating that he would not oppose Meek's release on bail, but originally Judge Genece Brinkley denied that very request. Now, the final decision is up to the supreme are hopintg that he won't have to serve the next 2-4 years behind bars.

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