Jay Z Criticizes Meek Mill’s Prison Sentence

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    Out of all the things going on in the world, Jay Z seems to be the most passionate about Meek Mill’s harsh prison sentence.

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    A judge recently ordered Meek to serve 2-4 years behind bars for violating his probation. The incidents occurred when the rapper pleaded guilty to reckless driving after he was videotaped popping wheelies on his bike in NYC, and an arrest in March after getting into a fight at a St. Louis airport. The charges were dropped in the airport scuffle, but the judge still found him in violation and sentenced him to the slammer.

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    9 COMMENTS

    1. I criticize Jay-Z for making music that put countless numbers of black men and women in prison!

    2. Always wondered about the connection he had with the anaconda woman. He’s back in prison. Her relative may be on his way to prison.

    3. DONT BLAME NICKI WE KNEW SHES A BISEXUAL FREAK, MEEK GOT WOOPED AND WANNA FIGHT THE INDUSTRY OVER HER.

      NICKI MUST GOT SOME GOOD PUSSY OR THESE YOUNG ASS DUDES AINT USED TO PUSSY TIL THEY GOT FAMOUS

    4. Jay is right. It’s absurd.

      They extended his stuff for 10 years. His “violations” consist of defending himself when he was attacked, and riding a dirtbike.

      This is a case of some jealous cops. Some cops don’t like it when hood kids do a little dirt, then get on in entertainment, and become millionaires. It’s like Bobby Shmurda.

      • Jealous cops? Black people are insane. The prosecuting Lawyers did NOT want to give him a custodial sentence, it was the BLACK FEMALE Judge ( who wanted him to make a song about her and join her relatives record label) who did it.

    5. There’s a lot of stuff being said about this issue, but it’s bigger than Meek. People need to wake the f**k up.

      1. The US wants to impoverish black Americans, deny opportunities, pump drugs and guns into black communities, and enslave AA in the prison system. Probation is just an extension of that. The fact that people who did their time like a man have to reveal their past is an extension of that. They want people back in the system. When people move on, the devil doesn’t like that.

      2. Meek is a millionaire, and like Dr. Dre and many others, he brought hood dudes with him. He helped them escape the system designed to trap and exploit them. Cr**ker devils don’t like that. They don’t want to see hood kids with talent become millionaires who reinvest, who create opportunities, who turn thugs into roadies, security, assistants, collaborators, songwriters, beatmakers, and etc.

      3. Ross and others are making it trendy to invest and own businesses. He’s telling people to take that advance, take that money, and get some businesses. People are listening. The devil doesn’t like that.

      4. The law enforcement/legal system is supposed to be about justice and rehabilitation, not exploitation. There’s no reason that a millionaire entertainer who creates opportunities for would-be thugs should be harassed by the so-called justice system. He has a business and a brand that these devils want to mess with.

      5. Meek dealt with his stuff over a decade ago. His so-called violations are total b***s***. There is no reason for that man to be caught up. He’s out here living his life and creating art.

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