Meek Mill held a rally and protest yesterday. He let his fans know that he’d be in court soon fighting for freedom and he needed all the support he could get. Meek has been fighting for Judge Brinkley to give him a new trial in addition to bringing attention to the failing justice system. The rally was held outside the Criminal Justice Center in Philly. It looks like folks came out in droves to support the cause.
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TSR STAFF: Talia O. @theclosetratchet _______________________________________ #MeekMill held his #StandWithMeekMillRally yesterday in front of the Criminal Justice Center in Philly. He gathered his group of organizers to thank them for holding him down and to join him in demanding a change to the criminal justice system. _______________________________________ “Thank you to everyone coming out and standing up for me. It means a lot to me,” Meek began. “I spent Father’s Day with my son last night. And, if it wasn’t for people like y’all I wouldn’t be here today to spend time like that with my son. So, I wanna say thank y’all.” _______________________________________ Meek continued to explain that he’s fighting for the many men in prison who didn’t get to spend #FathersDay with their children this year. “I actually left a lot of men inside those walls that can’t spend Father’s Day with their sons,” he said. “I wanted y’all to know that I will stand up for y’all family members through the rest of my music career, and the platform that I actually have to extend myself to make a difference in justice reform.” _______________________________________ The rally was held just hours before his hearing with Judge Genece Brinkley whom Meek has been petitioning to reconsider the testimony of officer Reginald Graham who is under investigation for corruption. On Monday, Brinkley said that she needed more time to consider—(View more at TheShadeRoom.Com!) 📸: @gettyimages
Justice for Meek Mill.