James Harden in Honor of Meek Mill In the Next Game of the NBA Following prison Visit
Harden plans to wear a pair of custom "FREE MEEK" sneakers against the Celtics on Thursday night.
Chester, PA – After the visit of Meek Mill in prison Tuesday (December 26), the Houston Rockets point guard James Harden, according to reports, plans to use a couple of custom "FREE MEEK" sneakers in his team's next game against the Boston Celtics on Thursday night (December 28), according to the magazine Sports Illustrated.
Harden, who has long been a friend (and fan) of Meek Mill, took to Instagram to give an update on the incarcerated rapper's well-being after the visit to the State Correctional Institution in Chester, Pennsylvania on Boxing Day.
"Your spirit is high, and I hope we can get it, by February," Harden wrote in the social networks. "He told Me to tell you when you found out that he has some [fire emoji x6] to you."
#JamesHarden visited #MeekMill in the jail last night and he seems to be doing well, according to James! It seems #Meek may be working on some barsss in your free time you also! 👀👀
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The slippers, which feature hand-painted artwork of customizer Kickstradomis, the feature of "FREE" and "MEEK" at the top of both shoes, as well as the MMG logo on the heel.
Free @meekmill Vol. 1s by @jharden13 🔥 The second pair of the gifts that are set to brodie Harden in the name of @tpizzzle and me. Had to hit home with this pair to make a statement. #teamkickstradomis #freemeek
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#freemeek Vol. 1s Video! 🎶: @meekmill – Save Me I Made this pair of @jharden13 on behalf of my bro @tpizzzle and me. James and @meekmill are long-time friends and we wanted to create a couple that was close to home and had a lot of meaning behind them. This is what we came up with! @richforever #mmg
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At the beginning of November, Meek Mill, was sentenced