Meek Mill Released From Solitary Confinement
Meek Mill has gotten his biggest break of the week since he reported to the State Correctional Institution in Chester, Philadelphia, to begin his 2-4 year sentence.
According to TMZ, the rapper has been released from solitary confinement and now has been moved to another prison where he has his own cell and is free to mingle with the general population. The gossip site adds that the rapper now also has access to the basketball court, can go for a jog, and if he wishes to read, there is an on-site library which will provide him the books he needs.
This comes days after his lawyers filed for the rapper to be removed from solitary confinement on grounds that it could affect his mental health. Though the prison officials argued that they kept him away from the general population to protect him from unforeseen harm, his lawyers insisted that Meek gave back to his city and so saw no reason why anyone would want to hurt him.
Yesterday, there were reports that the rapper has been granted a bail hearing, but later reports indicated that the prisons made a clerical error thus, Meek Mill will continue to serve his time.
Now, he is with the general population and will be getting a job–cleaning cells or cooking–which pays 19 cents an hour.
We can’t wait to see what’s next up for the rapper.
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