Maybach Music Group’s Meek Mill and NBA superstar LeBron James are demanding some serious answers. The high-profile entertainers went online this week to speak on the treatment of Blacks in the legal system compared to “Fuller House” actress Lori Loughlin. Meek Mill and LeBron James Demand Answers Both Meek and King James went to their […]
Maybach Music Group’s Meek Mill finally has a date pinned to his delayed Charm City Kings. The hip-hop star’s long-awaited film debut is slated to land at streaming giant HBO Max in the coming weeks. Meek Mill Announces Charm City Kings Date Meek went to his Instagram page to deliver a huge update. Barring any […]
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Philadelphia rapper Lil Uzi Vert channels his inner Meek Mill as he does a wheelie on his ATV. The hip-hop star is a huge fan of the bike life and took things from four wheels to two in this must-see clip.
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The REFORM Alliance has announced the launch of a new radio campaign in Mississippi that will feature multiplatinum musician and criminal justice advocate Yo Gotti.
In the campaign, Gotti urges for legislators to continue to fight for justice reform efforts like SB 2123, which was vetoed last month by Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves. The campaign also directs listeners to a website where they can contact their legislators.
“REFORM and I share the same goals – to protect the people inside of Mississippi’s prisons, fix the dangerous prison conditions that led to several unnecessary deaths and improve the state’s criminal justice system,” Gotti said. “I’m proud to team up with REFORM on this initiative and we hope that Mississippi lawmakers will prioritize this issue and help us save lives.”
Previously, Gotti has assisted in procuring legal representation for the incarcerated population in Parchman and filed multiple lawsuits against the Mississippi Department of Corrections for the dire living conditions. The latest lawsuit resulted in a terminated contract between health provider Centurion and MDOC. Recently, Gotti and his team have worked to compel Parchman prison to abide by strict COVID-19 testing and compliance guidelines after discovering that only 132 of the 2,034 incarcerated individuals had been tested and 33 percent were positive for the virus.
COVID-19 testing and compliance guidelines after discovering that only 132 of the 2,034 incarcerated individuals had been tested and 33 percent were positive for the virus. This allowed for a pathway to parole eligibility for thousands of incarcerated people and would have saved the state $45 million, which could be invested in prison conditions at facilities like Parchman. 56 people have died or been killed in Parchman this year and 100 people who live or work in the prison have tested positive for COVID-19.
Reeves vetoed the legislation despite the promise to address the issues in the prison and an active investigation into the conditions by the U.S. Department of Justice.
“Governor Reeves said he wouldn’t make ’empty promises’ on prison reform, but by vetoing SB 2123, he went back on his word,” said Jessica Jackson, Chief Advocacy Officer at REFORM Alliance.”SB 2123 is a commonsense, conservative-backed bill that will reduce Mississippi’s extraordinarily high incarceration rate and save tens of millions of dollars that can be used to fix horrific prison conditions that are the subject of an ongoing U.S. Justice Department investigation. Our new campaign recognizes the effort lawmakers have made on prison reform and encourages them to continue fighting for incarcerated individuals and families in Mississippi who deserve justice and a second chance.”
The radio campaign marks REFORM’s effort for common-sense parole reform in Mississippi that protects public safety and helps people earn a second chance. It also follows the digital day of action in the state featuring several other local and national groups, including Fwd.us, Mississippi Dreams Prisoner Advocacy, RECH Foundation, and Clergy for Prison Reform.
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Maybach Music Group’s Meek Mill has no problem keeping it 100 with his fans. The hip-hop star went online this week to share a hilarious shot of himself rocking “drunk” eyes and fully explained what it means if people catch him slipping.
Meek Mill’s Drunk Eyes
Heading into the weekend, Meek Milly went to Instagram with a hilarious, must-see shot. In the pic, Mill is showing off a priceless facial expression and let followers know he’s most likely to risk it all when spotted like this.
Wait, There’s More
The Maybach Music Group star is really doing all the talking when it comes to his private life. The rap star’s now-separated girlfriend Milano recently addressed her name getting turned into a trending topic with Meek. Instead of dishing out juicy details, she used the public attention to say she’d never address her personal habits publicly and alerted followers about the importance of arresting the cops responsible for Kentucky Black woman Breonna Taylor‘s murder.
“I’d never address my private life, publicly. But I just felt the need to say #BreonnaTaylor. Arrest the cops that killed Breonna Taylor.” -Milano Di Rouge’s Instagram
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Hours prior, Meek Milly went to his social media pages to break the massive breakup news. Despite them going their separate ways, Mill said they would still raise their son with pure love – away from each other – and had no bad blood.
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Ever since Meek Mill’s long battle with the unfair judicial system, he has been using his platform to help others that are in a predicament that he fought his way out of.
Reports suggest that the Philly emcee connected Juelz Santana’s wife, Kimbella, to a lawyer that helped navigate the process of an early release.
The Harlem rapper was released last Wednesday after serving 19 months out of his 27-month sentence for an airport drug and gun case. Juelz was able to go directly home to his family because many halfway houses are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Juelz Santana tells TMZ that he plans to pay it forward by connecting with organizations that help overturn sentences for wrongly convicted prisoners. He also wants to help distribute music and movies produced by inmates.
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Rap personality Akademiks really, really, really doesn’t like Meek Mill. The hip-hop blogger went online this past weekend to personally get at the Maybach Music Group rap star.
Akademiks Exposes Meek Mill
In a new Instagram Live rant, Ak didn’t hold back on going off on Meek Mill. The fellow Philadelphia native shut down Mill and how he views himself in the rap game.
“You can get at me right now – I hear you might not drop a record in 2020, might be 2021. Why? Because you’re looking bad now – you thought you could cancel me. Cancel me? N*gga, you’re out of your f*cking mind, n*gga. Aight? If you got beef with 6ix9ine, PNB Rock got beef with 6ix9ine, me and PNB talked recently about some other sh*t – if y’all got beef with 6ix9ine, handle your beef with 6ix9ine, brah. … But don’t try to angle it at me. So Meek, you ain’t canceling a f*cking thing. I want everybody who is in comments section who is f*cking with me, go to Meek Mill and ask him, ‘Didn’t you cancel Akademiks? What the f*ck is happening because he’s still talking about you.’ Meek, I’m so offended that you thought you were that n*gga. I’m so offended, bro. By the way, Uzi’s the hottest n*gga in Philly. Me and Uzi talked for a good while yesterday – me and Uzi talked about some funny sh*t – Uzi, you’re a rockstar.”
Akademiks also questioned just how much of a superstar Meek is in 2020. The blogger even went as far as to suggest Mill can’t drop an album because Roc Nation has him on lock.
“But Meek, you’re not that n*gga. You bullied Melly, you can bully these little n*ggas, I won’t you on an industry level to bully me. You can’t do it. You cannot do it. … I’m not challenging Meek on no street level – he thinks he’s that n*gga. Meek, you cannot do anything on an industry level to Akademiks. When you think you can, talk to me – otherwise, I heard Roc Nation put you on mute. Put you on mute. You know what you should of done? You should have gassed up Freddie Gibbs – he got more money making t-shirts dissing me than his album. I don’t care – you though, thinking you could cancel – you’re unimportant. You think this is 2015, or 2016 or even 2014. But Baby is what you are now. I f*ck with Baby. What are you gonna do?”
In early July 2020, Ak went to his social media channels to address Meek’s issues with him. Instead of losing his cool, he questioned Mill’s perceived inability to balance his fight for prison reform and rapping about illegal activities.
“You’re a walking contradiction. You can’t decide if you want to be a street n*gga one minute or if you want to fight for prison reform the next. Your music glorifies all types of gangster activity that actually helps put Black men in jail but to keep it real, you’re like, ‘Nah man. Let’s focus on things that’ll get them out.’ You got mad energy for me but you had no energy when you saw Nicki Minaj’s man Mr. Petty in the store. All I’m saying is put out music. I’m a news page.” TSR Instagram
Wait, There’s More
In late June 2020, Mill hit up Twitter and didn’t hold back on roasting Akademiks. Meek vowed to take him out for the culture and encouraged people to cancel Ak.
“Akademiks canceled because he’s a bad police and our culture don’t need them …. he also gassed a lot of beef that got people killed and hurt and never donated a dollar to the culture! We gone holla at you next run champ lol … I you getting canceled now! Lol and if I pull this sh*t out you would be done … just say upppp and ima up it 😂😂😂😂😂” -Meek Mill’s Twitter
Before You Go
“Meek forgot the time he got ran off twitter for a whole 4 years… all cuz he was off Percs and thought he could cancel drake.” -Akademiks
Meek Mill took fans by surprise when he unnecessarily announced his split from Philly fashion designer, Milano Harris.
“[We] decided to remain friends and build our child as separate parents. We still have mad love for each other but we both came to an understanding,” the Philly rapper tweeted.
Meek screenshotted the tweet and posted it to Instagram. The caption claimed the announcement was publicly made to protect both parties moving forward in the since-deleted post.
But rumor has it that the real reason for the split is because the Dream Chaser head honcho is expecting another bundle of joy.
An anonymous source told Its On Site, that the rapper is having his third child with another woman who isn’t Milano and he didn’t want to get dragged online for it.
Even if Meek Mill is having unprotected sex with multiple women and conceiving with them, is that still a reason to publicly announce the break up of a private relationship?
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Today, DJ Akademiks revealed via his IG page that he did indeed go to the cops following Meek Mill’s call for the “green light” to be put on the social medial personality.
Akademiks’ reasoning for going to the cops following an argument on Twitter with a celebrity? “I’m just not into being bullied,” justified the former Complex blogger.
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