Rick Ross Showed Up At Meek Mill Rally In Philly

Carla Harmon
November 14, 2017

Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin wrote a letter to a judge on behalf of Philly rapper Meek Mill, who was recently sentenced to two to four years in prison for a probation violation. Rallying outside the Criminal Justice Center, the crowd was calling for his sentence to be overturned.

Meek was charged with misdemeanor assault after an altercation with the employees of St. Louis International Airport in March and agreed to attend his community service so the charges were later dropped.

According to Page Six, the judge in Meek Mill's now over decade-long probation case who just sentenced him back to prison for the next 2-4 years for violating the conditions of his probation is being investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

According to People magazine, Mill was arrested in August and was charged with reckless endangerment in New York City.

"Philly, I am speaking at the #Rally4Meek today", Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins (pictured) posted on Twitter.

Mill has also found support beyond Philadelphia.

Tacopina alleged that Brinkley once asked the 29-year-old rapper to re-record the Boyz II Men song "On Bended Knee", and conclude the track with a tribute to her.

The part that they ain't gonna tell you is, i may laugh and joke but I know the importance of having support and having a voice OUTSIDE the walls. The letter was written three days prior to Meek Mill's sentencing. "She said, 'I'm serious.' He refused to do that", he said Wednesday. He believes her anger contributed to the harsh two to four year sentence for violating his probation and will be be applying to Pennsylvania's Board of Pardons as well as the other two motions. You gave me the ladder to do what I have to do to prevail in my struggle. "I made it this far, I can't really go back and start over".

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