Suge Knight, R. Kelly, YNW Melly and YFN Lucci are just some of the celebrities that will spend Thanksgiving behind bars, but they’ll still be served special meals at their individual jails. TMZ has obtained menus from each of their facilities to provide a look at exactly what they’ll be eating for their prison holiday dinners.
Located at San Diego’s Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility, Suge Knight will be served roast turkey, green salad with dressing, cranberry sauce, cornbread stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, vegetables, dinner roll or biscuit and pumpkin pie.
R. Kelly has the option of roast turkey or roast eggplant, turkey gravy, cornbread stuffing, cranberry sauce, biscuit and pie at MDC Brooklyn, while YNW Melly will be eating turkey breast, gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, breadsticks and bread pudding at Florida’s Broward County Jail.
As for YFN Lucci, who is currently incarcerated at Georgia’s Fulton County Jail, he’ll be offered sliced turkey, cranberry sauce, cornbread stuffing, green beans, sweet potatoes, dinner roll and dessert.
“Now, let’s be real, and I’mma speak on it ’cause he’s been speaking,” he said. “And I don’t respect him at all no more. Zero. You can’t respect a man … I paid for this man’s mama’s funeral. I sent a muthafuckin’ wire at a time when we wasn’t even talkin’ and gettin’ along. But out of our respect, because he was who he was and opened a few doors for me.”
He added, “For me to hear recordings of this man saying I’m the reason why he got 28 years, like I’m the muthafucka that was driving the truck, is crazy.”
Bobby Shmurda and Kodak Black were both incarcerated this time last year. While at New York’s Clinton Correctional Facility, Shmurda was served roast turkey with gravy, bread dressing, whipped potatoes, steamed carrots, cranberry sauce, dinner rolls and margarine, topped off with ice cream sundae for dessert.
Kodak was given a turkey roast or tofu stir fry, mashed potatoes, corn, cornbread dressing, turkey gravy, dinner rolls and pie or cranberry sauce at Illinois’ USP Thomson.