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Meek Mill has dropped the trailer for his Free Meek docuseries produced by JAY-Z about his career and fight for justice after being arrested in 2007 on gun and drug charges
(The docuseries) “explores my life and the flaws in the criminal justice system that have haunted me and others like me,” Meek commented on Instagram.
In the trailer, the Philly rapper says, “I never really looked at it like a nightmare. I looked at it as a real life for a black kid in America. This is real life.”
It was nearly one year ago that Mill was released on bail in April 2018, after serving time for a parole violation.
For the past decade, Meek has dedicated himself to changing the criminal justice system. In January, he launched the Reform Alliance organization with JAY-Z and Philadelphia 76ers owners Michael Rubin.
On Thursday, Mill was honored at City Hall today for his contributions to hip hop and for bringing national attention to criminal justice reform. The 31-year-old rapper celebrated “Meek Mill” Weekend” in Philadelphia with concerts on Friday and Saturday.
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