New York rapper Casanova 2x is screaming “Free Meek Mill” until he’s released from a two to four year prison bid. The hip-hop newcomer has come forward to speak up for his pal amid a publicized legal punishment.
Casa went to Instagram last night (November 7) to rally up his support for Meek.
“F*ck wrong with you n*ggas? Y’all n*ggas saying ‘Free Meek’ but y’all really ain’t f*cking with him. I f*ck with Meek, n*gga. Meek was one of the first n*ggas that gave me that thing, n*gga. Free Meek! I’ma say it every motherf*cking time, n*gga! Free Tax! I’ma say that every motherf*cking time, n*gga! Free 8Ball. I’ma say that every motherf*cking time, n*gga! Free Ja! I’ma say it every motherf*cking time. Free my brother! I’ma say it every motherf*cking time. Free Snipe! I been saying free this n*gga for 10 years and it’s still Free Cash and he’s here. F*ck is wrong with you n*ggas?”
We all make mistakes, have struggles, and even regret things in our past. But you are not your mistakes, you are not your struggles, and you are here NOW with the power to shape your day and your future.But at the end of the day we are all the same to them..STILL NIGGA!!I hope that don't go over y'all heads😔They ain't playing fair at all.The odds are against us,they could've been me.Im on parole I've been for the last 4 years and it hasn't been easy or fun.But thank god of what I've become 🙏🏿I hope this doesn't go over y'all heads.I could've been you tooooo!!! #samesweater #Samepain #samestruggle #Rumbleyoungniggarumble😤 #lordpleaseprotectmefromthelaw😔
This week, music mogul JAY-Z, Snoop Dogg and Kevin Hart showed their support for Meek.
Yesterday, a report emerged about Meek landing the hefty sentence after appearing in a Philadelphia courtroom.
Meek was in a Philadelphia court Monday when the judge ruled he’d violated probation from his 2009 drug and weapons case by getting busted for a St. Louis airport fight … and his reckless driving arrest in NYC. Even though both cases were dropped, the judge said the arrests alone were violations — and reportedly gave him 2 to 4 years in prison. (TMZ)
— David Maialetti (@davidmaialetti) November 6, 2017