Meek Mill is continuing to serve his controversial 2-4 year prison sentence for violating his probation. But, that doesn't mean that people on the outside aren't still fighting for his freedom.
On Tuesday (March 13), the rapper's mother, Kathy Williams, spoke at a news conference that occurred right before a criminal justice panel at the University of Pennsylvania’s Irvine Auditorium. During the event, Williams sent a very tearful request for more help from the district attorney for her son's prison release.
“I’m begging the DA Krasner,” she said. “Can you please help me out?” Williams would also answer questions from journalists who were in the room. Mill’s lawyer, Joe Tacopina, was also by the mother's side the entire time and used some time to talk ill about the judge who sentenced Mill back to prison, Judge Genece E. Brinkley.
Williams later added at the new conference: “I don’t even understand how he’s been on probation for that many years. It’s like he murdered somebody. He has to beg to see his son. What kind of woman does that? Is she a mother? Do she have a mother?” Take a look at Williams' emotional plea at the news conference below.
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