James Harden Visits Meek In Prison, Customizes Sneaks In Protest

James Harden will make a fashion statement in support of Meek Mill tomorrow night in Philadelphia.

(AllHipHop News) NBA star James Harden will offer up a strong showing of support for imprisoned rapper Meek Mill tomorrow night (December 28) in Philadelphia.

Hardin visited Meek at the State Correctional Institute in Chester, Pennsylvania, where the rapper is serving a two to four-year sentence for violating his probation.

James Harden will be sporting a pair of sneakers that say "Free Meek Mill" during tomorrow night's matchup between the Houston Rockets and the 76ers, in Philly.

Rick Ross, who signed Meek to his Maybach Music Group record label in 2011, posted a picture of the sneakers on his Instagram.

James Harden adds to a growing list of celebrities, politicians, and athletes who have offered up support for Meek Mill.

In addition to Hardin, Colin Kaepernick's, Jay-Z, T.I. and the Reverend Al Sharpton have expressed strong support for Meek while condemning the judge who has been overseeing his probation since 2008.

The sentence caused a national uproar sparked an FBI investigation, and brought nationwide attention to the injustices carried out in the criminal justice system in the United States.

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Arafat369
Arafat369

Free that man #caughtinthecorruptsystem

BigMill
BigMill

Pussy niggas

BigMill
BigMill

Southcidal3 theres no help 4 monkeyball ass n????? they dont no how it is 4 a real n????? they been feed with a silverspoon. If they pussy ass did a day behind the wall they would cry all night... #freeeverynigga, #fuckthesefuckboyz, #FREEMEEKMILL

TheTRUTH100
TheTRUTH100

this 'Free a weak meek' movement is FRUITIER than 2 dudes kissin' with a dress & purse on this THIRD STRINGER! He kept f*ckin' up...... again & again & again, some people act like he was a 'model citizen' just walkin' down the street, he's BEEN in Court time & time again.... WAY too much energy on trying to get this LAME not to do his time! Invest that energy in joining forces with Charities & Community Leaders doing POSITIVE THINGS to help truly needy people!

Southcidal3
Southcidal3

PBastard, based on what the media has given us, Meek was given a citation for popping wheelies in NY and wrongly accused of some other misdemeanor in which he was never charged for. He was on a zillion year probation from crimes committed about a decade ago. What are these chances that he's been given? Do you mean the probation was "giving him so many chances"? Are you one of those goodie-two-shoe "put him on probation forever and if he even sneezes throw him away!" types? Knock it off man. Meek is more beneficial to society as a free man than he is as a tax dollar eating inmate.