#FREEMEEK flooded social media for 169 days.
Philadelphia truly is the city of brotherly love.
Free Meek Mill.
Without a program that rehabilitates, Kodak is doing no better behind bars than he is on the streets.
Details have emerged about Judge Brinkley’s seeming “infatuation” with Meek Mill, and things look extremely sketchy.
What Meek’s camp and the hip-hop community are hoping for is that the judge is removed from the case and justice can be served.
Sure, he’s made some mistakes but getting a sentence of 2-4 years in prison for minuscule charges that have been dropped is not any form of justice.
Getting hype is a universal mood, and it’s a mood we love to be in.
Meek Mill was left for dead. A series of scandals, personal losses, and legal issues saw the Philly rapper suffer a tough couple years.