Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Meek Mill Fans Gather at the Court House


Last week Philly rapper Meek Mill was sentenced to 2 to 4 years in prison for violating the terms of his probation from a 2008 gun and drugs conviction [click here if you missed that].

Yesterday Meek Mill fans gathered in front of the court house protesting the harsh sentence...



15 comments:

SELF HATE IS REAL said...

Protests for a fuckboy. He violated his probation. File an appeal like everyone else if these sentencing guidelines are too harsh with proof that the judge was biased. He is just another black celebrity felon with money making poor decisions.

Gee Word said...

Just man up & do your time, 2-4 years ain’t SH!T it ain’t like you doin anything productive or important. There’s also a chance you get paroled which is highly likely since they where taking it so light on your soft @ss!

Anonymous said...

Why all these "fans" aint buy his album tho?

Anonymous said...

Meek & supporters need to look up the definition of insanity (when you keep doing the same thing over and over getting the same results) and proceed accordingly.

Anonymous said...

This is bull people out here protesting against a black judge for a criminal. That's the problem with us. We need to shame the people bringing drugs and guns in our communities and pound the pavement for stuff that matters!

Anonymous said...

Black people love expending energy and resources to defend our worst. Comical.

Anonymous said...

Bet they were paid to be there.

Anonymous said...

People are such foolish sheep. Protesting for this idiot who clearly violated his probation but for serious issues are no where to be found. Van Jones I'm watching you

Niyabinghi/ObeahWomanWarrior said...

These are the type of kneegrow that cause great rancor in your spirit. If they only expended this much energy to the same "blacks" destroying their communities, if they only expended this same energy on the busted ass school systems in the inner cities, I could go on and on but you get the point. I don't like these type Negros.

Anonymous said...

There are thousands of black folks wrongly convicted but they want to protests on behalf of a man who purposely violated his parole. Smh. Go join The Innocence Project to protest for real victims, not real dummies like meek. Judges do not play with offenders and he crossed the judge several times before. Who do does he think he is? A judge is a highly educated professional who isn't going to cater to an ignorant rapper.

Anonymous said...

I bet Nikki is laughing her ass off somewhere till she think about her bro����no win situation here at all

Anonymous said...

Y'all be so matter of fact in your judgments...like you actually know these people or their character. Anyway, the charges were dropped for both violations, so he shouldn't be going to jail for them. That makes absolutely no sense..and the probation period was entirely too long to begin with. It's not about caping for a "fuckboy" it's about fairness and equality. Non people of color in similar circumstances do not face the same penalties as POC. It's a systematic issue that is not negated by the fact that the judge is black. She is a part of an unfair institution. And the bitch is a nut. #FreeMeek

Anonymous said...

Black people coming out in droves to protest sentencing of a rapper who violated parole for drug charges, but will not march and protest the black on black crime in our drug infested communities. Shame on these people and the people who support this protest. This is a primary example of why other races don't respect us as a race of people. Our priorities are all wrong.

Anonymous said...

@6:24 PM I see your point about fairness and equality, and I agree. The system and the sentencing of POC are harsher than it is on their white counterparts who commit the same crimes; However, this is not the way to fight it. We (black people) need educated black people, well versed in the law (Johnny Cochran's),dedicated to the empowerment of black people and willing to educate people like Meek and deter them from breaking the law, large or small. Bottom line, Meek broke the law. He knew the consequences for violating parole. That was his second mistake. His first mistake was peddling drugs. If he had stayed the course, not violated parole, he wouldn't be in this situation. Sadly, these protester's are looked upon as dumb a$$es by many.

Anonymous said...

@6:24 You are definitely wearing a cape for Meek...Sad So many hashtags so little time.

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