Jay-Z, Meek Mill & Michael Rubin Unite Form "Criminal Justice" Coalition


Meek Mill, Michael Rubin, Jay-Z have united to kind an alliance with the first objective of bettering the chances of their cumulative felony justice reform efforts. The group (and its title) will probably be unveiled subsequent week (January 23rd) in a joint press convention will probably be led by the three-person coalition of Meek, Rubin, Jay-Z, and a supporting solid of Robert Kraft, Daniel Loeb, Michael E. Novogratz, Robert F. Smith, and Clara Wu Tsai. 

Jay-Z's efforts in steering Meek Mill down the "righteous" path of felony justice reform have been extensively publicized. Before Meek was granted his untimely launch from jail, Jay-Z penned a New York Times editorial in help of Meek, but additionally in summation of the issues at play.

"On the floor, this will likely appear to be the story of yet one more felony rapper who did not smarten up and is again the place he began," Jay-Z wrote within the op-ed piece. "But take into account this: Meek was round 19 when he was convicted on expenses referring to drug and gun possession, and he served an eight-month sentence. Now he’s 30, so he has been on probation for mainly his total grownup life."

Meek Mill is believed to have performed a significant half in garnering the general public's consideration within the push for Cyntoia Brown's clemency. As reported, Brown was granted her launch from jail (in just a few month's time) after months of deliberation. Brown was initially discovered responsible of killing a person who was indirectly concerned in her longtime captivity. Keep it locked for subsequent Wednesday's press convention.