This week, Yung Renzel hopped on Instagram with a shot and positive caption of the locked up Dreamchaser.
Recently, Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin shared his belief in Meek likely getting released sooner than later.
“This is a great example of how broken the criminal justice system is,” he says. “He’s been on probation his entire adult life… he will have been on probation for 16 years. I couldn’t be on probation for 6 years. If you’re 5 minutes late for a meeting with your probation officer they can put you in jail. I feel confident he’s going to be home soon and this is a great injustice that’s going to be fixed.” (Billboard)
Earlier this month, Meek hit up Instagram to salute his Philadelphia Eagles and remember late MMG manager Black Bo.
Recently, Southern rapper Boosie Badazz gave a positive outlook on Meek’s publicized bid.
“Prison don’t hurt you. Let’s get this right. Prison does not hurt you. The only thing it does is take you out the streets for a minute and it might hurt a relationship with a family member or a kid who you’re away from. First of all, if you’re a licensed artist, you’re going to to get checks anyway and you can’t spend them. So your money’s going to stack up on there. You won’t be getting show money but your demand will go up ten times when you come home. Your first two, three months doing shows – $100,000, $100,000, $100,000, $100,000, you’re gonna make it back in two or three months in what you made. Meek Mill is going to do the same thing. Bobby Shmurda is going to do the same thing. Boosie did the same thing.” (“Everyday Struggle”)