Meek Mill Is Moved Out Of The Solitary Confinement In The New Prison
The "Wins And Losses", the rapper takes a step in the right direction.
Chester, PA – Meek Mill was moved to the general population at a new prison after the Philly rapper asked to be taken out of solitary confinement, according to TMZ. A State Correctional Institution official who works in the Chester, Pennsylvania facility, according to the report, said Meek was out of Camp Hill and in his prison in his own cell.
Earlier this week, Meek had demanded to be removed from solitary confinement for fear of causing havoc on your mental state. His lawyers said prison officials were concerned for the Meek of the interactions with other inmates, taking into account her celebrity status.
With the population in general comes more privileges. The Wins And Losses rapper is now able to play basketball, run, read in the library, exercise in the courtyard and watch in a gym. He will also have to choose a job, whether cleaning of the cells or of the kitchen, which only pays 19 cents an hour.
The countless fans and fellow artists alike have come out in support of Meek, including JAY-Z, who recently wrote an opinion article for the New York Times, in a Meek defense. A "Free Meek Mill" rally was held in Philadelphia on Monday (13 November) and the steering wheel was shared by everyone from T. I. and Black Thought Metro boomin and Swizz Beatz.
Lawyers are currently struggling to get Gentle two to four years of prison thrown in. On Wednesday (November 15), TMZ reported, Meek's lawyer filed court papers to release him and ask for his probation to be terminated.