On Friday, Meek Mill had social media laughing after he asked if Amazon sells vibrating panties that come with remotes. Meek has caught plenty of slander online again this year, as in February, he got backlash for an unreleased song which contained disrespectful Kobe Bryant lyrics.
Now, Meek is venting on Twitter about people that are clowning him. The MMG rapper feels that people are focusing too much on that tweet, especially media outlets. He says that they continue to discuss this, and not how he helped a Black man in prison gain his freedom.
“Yesterday I help a innocent man gain his freedom back he had life in prison …. on the net I was trending for a pause basically lol them blogs got y’all. Go check blogs pages …don’t post positive post just the goofy shit… y’all sheep and be serious lol.”
The man that Meek was referring to was Eric Riddick, who recently copped a plea deal after being in prison for 29 years due to a murder charge. Recently, a Court of Common Pleas Judge vacated his 1992 first-degree murder conviction. Riddick will also plead no contest to a third-degree murder charge.
Meek has been working hard since 2018 when it comes to criminal justice reform. He helped jump start REFORM Alliance, which aims to accomplish these goals. That organization was formed in the midst of his six-month incarceration from October 2017-April 2018.
WATCH: Wrongly convicted of murder and in prison for 29 years, Eric Riddick is now free. @MeekMill helped bring attention to the case along with that Conviction Integrity Unit of the #Philadelphia DA’s office. More tonight on @6abc pic.twitter.com/JJTIvcJqqU
— TaRhonda Thomas (@TaRhondaThomas) May 28, 2021
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