Fans Of Meek Mill Point Out Rapper's Charitable Works The Judge Ignored
(AllHipHop News) Fans of Meek Mill are less than pleased with the two to four-year prison sentence the rapper is serving for violating the terms of his probation.
Meek appeared in court in Philadelphia yesterday (November 6th) where he was sentenced to state prison for multiple infractions while serving his probation for 2008 gun and drug charges.
Meek has often used his social media accounts to complain about the judge and the probationary system at large.
And while the rapper may have screwed up his court-ordered responsibilities while he was on probation (like folding clothes instead of serving meals to homeless people), his fans pointed out some good the rapper did just before he was sentenced to prison.
In January of 2016, Meek donated 60,000 bottles of water to the Flint Michigan community, and he recently participated in James Harden's JH-Town charity game in Houston. Just yesterday, an associate of Meek's shared a post on Instagram, reviewing how far Meek would go for the local community.
Meek apparently agreed to purchase 100 tickets for children in Philadelphia, so they could attend at the UniverSoul Circus.
Meanwhile, Meek's lawyers have vowed to appeal the sentence and claimed Common Pleas Court Judge Genece Brinkley has a vendetta against the rap star for not recording a remake of a Boyz II Men song.