Meek Mill Speaks Out Since Prison Release: "I Don't Feel Free"

Meek Mill

Meek Mill

The Philadelphia native was originally set to serve two to four years for a probation violation which many criticized as too severe.

And now, NBC have previewed a preview of their upcoming interview with the rapper, which will cover his imprisonment, the response and aspects of the criminal justice system.

According to the "All Eyes on You" rapper, he still has not slept a bit since his release.

The rapper is now a free man - and has already attended a basketball game - after he was released from his original two-year sentence in December last year for violating probation.

"I think he came out and we gave a hug so big I thought we were going to crack one of each other's ribs and I looked at him and I said, 'Sixers game?' And he said, 'Let's go we're winning this game, we're closing out today baby'". I'm 30 now. And me, I pray.

On Tuesday, a statement from Meek read: "I'd like to thank God, my family, my friends, my attorneys, my team at Roc Nation including JAY-Z, Desiree Perez, my good friend Michael Rubin, my fans, The Pennsylvania Supreme Court and all my public advocates for their love, support and encouragement during this hard time". "There's a lot of light shredded on my situation".

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He was released after the state Supreme Court directed a Philadelphia judge who had jailed him to immediately issue an order letting him out.

Judge Genece Brinkley has set a hearing for June at which either the initial charges against Meek Mill could be dropped or a new trial ordered.

The interview will run on both the Nightly News and Dateline NBC. He has seen a lot of cases reinvestigated due to alleged tainted police work.

Meek Mill may be out of prison, but he still feels trapped on the inside. The lone witness that indict Mill was his arresting officer, Reginald V. Graham.

I got a lot of responsibilities. And I'm not talking about public officials, I'm talking about the men that are depending on me and are going through the same thing I'm going through'. "This is an important moment", Mill added.

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