Global Citizen Ambassador French Montana Voices Support For Cash Bail Reform in New York: Exclusive


Throughout the United States, there are over 500,000 individuals who can't bail themselves out of jail as a consequence of monetary restrictions in not having the ability to afford their freedom. Global Citizen ambassador French Montana and the Robert F. Kennedy Foundation determined to take motion in releasing 500 girls and youngsters beneath these circumstances from NYC's Rikers Island jail earlier in September.

"As a proud Global Citizen ambassador, I see how vital this bailout mission is that requires reform. I'm excited to assist this marketing campaign that has the potential to have an effect on hundreds of thousands of individuals nationwide together with my Bronx group," Montana tells Billboard. "In addition to utilizing my platform to name for change, this subject is private for me as my finest pal Max B is serving 75 years in jail and my coronary heart goes out to individuals affected by unfair incarceration."

French plans on visiting the inmates of Rikers Island and can proceed to assist combat for the liberty of the innocently accused. "I plan to go to Rikers Island to supply assist for Bronx residents at present incarcerated and can welcome just lately launched members of my group as they join with their households and re-enter society," he explains.

Last week (Sept. 20), Montana returned to launch the Drake-assisted "No Stylist," which sees manufacturing from London On Da Track. Lookout for the fashion-centric visible to drop quickly as nicely. 

For extra data concerning the bail reform initiative, go to the Robert F. Kennedy Foundation's web site.