Meek Mill Cancels His Scheduled White House Visit

Angelo Anderson
May 18, 2018

Legally embattled lyricist Meek Mill is going back to the big house on Friday, but not that house.

Sources close to Meek, 31, told TMZ that he is scheduled for a conference with officials at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. on May 18, 2018.

One of Meek's friends and advocates is New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, who is a Trump supporter. But there are certainly signs that a productive conversation with Trump about prison reform would be impossible; privately owned prisons have been thriving during his presidency.

According to the sources, Meek's reason for being there is to speak about prison reform, a topic that is very important to the rapper.

Meek, as most know, is still battling it out with Judge Genece Brinkley over his probation violation case.


Despite what he might be trying to accomplish, it appears Meek's been hearing it from others not to go.

The radio station is also donating $10,000 to the Justice League NYC, a "task force" within the organization Gathering for Justice that was integral in securing Meek's release from prison last month.

When Brinkley sentenced him this last time, fans and celebrities practically stormed the judge's chambers like an angry mob.

Last month, Meek Mill was released from a Pennsylvania prison on bail after nearly five months in custody. "I'm talking about the men that's depending on me going through the same thing that I'm going through".

Other reports by Iphone Fresh

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