Meek Mill Fans Take To The Streets To Protest The Rapper’s 12 Year ProbationNo Case Matched!
The Black Lives Matter effort, which has been holding protests in the United States over the unlawful killing of black people by police officers in the United States, this week, took to the streets to protest rapper Meek Mills probation.
Meek Mill’s legal woes, began 2008 when he was arrested and incarcerated on drug and gun charges. The rapper served 18 months in prison and since his release, has been placed on probation. He has been having issues keeping up with that probation.
By Sammi Sikpojie