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#Rally4Meek: Wale, Kevin Hart to join protest against Meek Mill’s Sentencing



#FreeMeekMill: Wale, Kevin Hart to join rally against Court Ruling

The quest to get American rapper Meek Mill‘s jail sentence reversed by the court continues as a solidarity rally is set to hold today, November 13th by 5 PM (ET) at the Criminal Justice Center in Philadelphia, U.S.

Meek Mill was sentenced  to 2-4 years in jail for violating terms of his probation on several occasions.

Top celebrities like rapper Wale and comedian Kevin Hart have also joined in by posting the above photo on their social media pages.

#Rally4Meek: Wale, Kevin Hart to join protest against Meek Mill incarceration #Rally4Meek: Wale, Kevin Hart to join protest against Meek Mill incarceration


  1. Seriously

    November 13, 2017 at 5:02 pm

    Black people are so silly at times. Did they expect him to be treated based on his celebrity status. Meek mill broke his probation the first time, the judge was nice, tried to help him. Broke it the second time and sentenced to a longer punishment. Such is life, deal with it. There are other crucial issues to really be fighting for right now.

    • Engoz

      November 13, 2017 at 7:05 pm

      This advocacy for violators of the law by the black community needs to stop. These days we don’t see this advocacy for people obeying the law, it is always with a criminal or potential criminal. This guy has broken probation multiple times and he only got a slap on the wrist on each occasion. Well not this time around. I’m sure the judge was frustrated from seeing his dumb face every time in court.

      My own parents won’t support me if I have broken the law multiple times. In fact they’ll tell the judge to lock me up for good until my sense is correct.

      I hope no African American woman joins them in this nonsense. Let the men fight their own war and disgrace themselves advocating for another miscreant who should have known better.

  2. Weezy

    November 13, 2017 at 6:15 pm

    Someone broke the law and was sentenced to 2-4 years in jail. The man has been in jail 2 other times before. This is the one they are protesting for?


  3. Wow

    November 13, 2017 at 6:58 pm

    Maybe BN isn’t reporting the full story… So let me get this straight, he committed a crime, was put on probation, then he violated the terms of his probation “on several occasions” (as noted above). As a result, he’s been sentenced to 2-4 years in jail but his friends are going to protest his jail sentence? Hmmm…surely, there’s something we’re missing. If he violated his probation, then he knows he’s being sent to jail. Why distract us with this tomfoolery!!!

  4. Officialranter1

    November 13, 2017 at 7:49 pm

    Clearly Nicki was the best thing to happen to this one. Why is Wale even rallying for him? Thought they were frenemies

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