Meek Mill Spearheads Prison Reform movement

Although Meek Mill is not completely a free Man as he is only out on bail,he explained to NBC’s Lester Holt, his journey to freedom is far from over.

On Sunday night’s (May 6) Dreams & Nightmares: The Meek Mill Story episode ofDateline,

the Dreamchasers artist sat down for one of his first post-prison interviews and discussed his recent incarceration, the struggle to get out on bail and his new position as the face of criminal justice reform.

Meek, who’s been under the Philadelphia court’s supervision for nearly 10 years, said he still doesn’t feel free.

“I always feel like my freedom could be taken.”

With the spotlight on his case, the Philly rapper plans to use his platform to help other minorities who suffer from the same injustices in hopes of major reform as a catalyst for change.

This is the same thing that thousands of other minorities are going through on a daily basis,” Meek says. “They just don’t have the platform for anybody to speak on their behalf.

Meek is expected back in court next month.

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