Colin Kaepernick Supports Meek Mill, Says Rapper Victim Of 'Systemic Oppression'

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Rick Ross, NBA icon Julius "Dr. J" Erving and others rallied Monday night in Philadelphia to show support for Meek Mill.

Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin wrote a letter to a judge on behalf of Philly rapper Meek Mill, who was recently sentenced to two to four years in prison for a probation violation.

Jay-Z, Kevin Hart and Colin Kaepernick have been among those voicing support for Meek Mill in recent days. "This criminal (in) justice system, ripe with racial discrimination, stigmatizes, profiles, and targets young Black men for arrest at a young age, having its roots in their hyper-policed neighborhoods that they are raised in, and sadly extending into what should be a safe space-the classroom, via the school to prison pipeline". "I want y'all to understand that if it take Meek Mill to draw this attention, we gonna use Meek Mill to draw this attention that is gonna speak for so many others", said the Maybach Music Group label boss. "We stand for justice", "#justice4meek", and "#freemeekmill". Mill's lawyer Joe Tacopina told the site that he's filing the motions because he claims the judge has a personal vendetta against Mill. Also, that the judge had wanted Meek to leave Roc Nation and join her friend's management company.

Meek Mill received the prison sentence after multiple probation violations that include an arrest involving ATV riding charges in NY and for an altercation at a St. Louis airport earlier this year.

Meek Mill was arrested twice in 2017, violating his probation from a 2008 gun and drug case.

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