"I'm here to support my brother Meek Mill", Ross told the crowd gathered tonight outside Philadelphia's Criminal Justice Center.
Mill, who was on probation for a 2008 gun charge for which he already served two years in prison, was sentenced to two to four more years in prison after Judge Genece E. Brinkley found he violated his probation after two arrests earlier this year on misdemeanor charges, which were later dropped. He was subsequently arrested for driving recklessly on a dirt bike in New York City.
"Philly, I am speaking at the #Rally4Meek today", Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins (pictured) posted on Twitter. Among those on-hand to voice support for Meek Mill were his labelhead, MMG president Rick Ross, and Philadelphia 76ers legend and NBA Hall of Famer Dr. J.
The two now talk regularly, according to Rubin, who wrote that Meek Mill is aware he is at a "pivotal point in his career" and "the stakes are high".
Those rallying say Judge Brinkley showed "extreme bias" during the rapper's case.
But Mill's attorney, Joe Tacopina, accused Brinkley of having a "personal vendetta" against Mill after the rapper refused to grant her personal requests, including dropping his label to sign with a friend of hers and mentioning her name in a song.
"He, of course, was laughing and thought it was a joke". All that shit contributes to unjust sentences, so when you posting " Click-Bait" know that YOU are facilitating the problem too.
Krasner has represented Black Lives Matter and Occupy Philly and sued the Police Department dozens of times. The letter was written three days prior to Meek Mill's sentencing. "I want you to know that I am personally invested in helping him so that he can help others". "I made it this far, I can't really go back and start over".
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