As reported, Jay-Z, Meek Mill and the quite a few companions they corralled into their new legal justice reform alliance are holding their inaugural press convention. As promised, the rappers are flanked by Patriots proprietor Robert Kraft, 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin, Nets co-owner Clara Wu Tsai, in expressing their group opening manifesto, at a press convention held in New York City.
Meek Mill, beneath the watchful eye of Jay-Z, has turn out to be an necessary image within the struggle for legal justice reform since present process a presumably unjust jail stint ending in 1-Three years shy of Judge Brinkley’s remaining sentencing. After witnessing the hardship of jail life first hand, Meek Mill has devoted himself to civic and political motion – within the hopes of correcting institutional biases, and the justice system’s clear margin of error.
Meek, Jigga, and Rubin are set to call their enterprise throughout the ongoing press convention (which you’ll stream above). Even earlier than the “group” was given its marching orders, the members had been working collectively in an unofficial capability, believed to have influenced Donald Trump’s go-ahead with the First Step Act a month in the past. But as of yesterday, Senate was unable to place the First Step Act into motion because of the Government Shutdown. Meek and Jigga will undoubtedly touch on the difficulty at this time. Hear ’em out.