Meek Mill Gives Away Turkeys to Poor Families, Despite Prison Sentence

Meek Mill's Annual Turkey Giveaway Still Went On

Meek Mill’s Annual Turkey Giveaway Still Went On Fatima Barrie

Kaep made a decision to have a more personal interaction with Mill this week when he phoned the rapper according to a recent tweet.

Meek Mill may be serving time in prison but that is not stopping him from giving to poor families who need all the help they can get this Thanksgiving.

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Now, Meek Mill is back doing the good works he is known for in his hometown, folks are hopeful that he will be released from prison soon.

During the conversation from behind bars, the Philly rapper asked the quarterback to send a message to these supporters. "We'll continue to fight against the harsh sentencing practices that have affected Meek & millions of other POC for generations".

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Mill, 30, was sentenced to two to four years in state prison after Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley cited a failed drug test and neglecting to comply with a court-ordered travel restriction.

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Former Philadelphia 76ers star Julius Erving and Philadelphia Eagles star Malcolm Jenkins were present at a rally to protest Mill's imprisonment.

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