Rev. Al Sharpton paid rapper Meek Mill a visit while serving 2-4 years for violating terms of his probation, time that is now being called into question by the Federal Bureau of Investigations.
Sharpton appeared with Meek Mill’s attorney Joe Tacopina and told reporters that Meek says he wants to be a voice for the voiceless to help shed light on a broken criminal justice system.
He said the rapper appears to be “determined, strong and without a trace of bitterness” even though he’s serving time for crimes that were not pursued as such.
See what Reverend Al Shaprton had to say after he visited Meek Mill below.