Meek Mill

Meek Mill is off to prison again. The 30-year-old rapper, whose real name is Robert Rihmeek Williams, was sentenced to 2-4 years in prison on Monday for violating the terms of his probation stemming from a drug and weapons conviction in 2009.

The judge determined Meek was in violation of his probation following two misdemeanor arrests this year.

Meek was charged with misdemeanor assault in St. Louis in March. Then in August, he was charged with reckless endangerment for riding his dirt bike illegally in New York.

Charges in both incidents were dropped. But those arrests led to the hearing today in a New York City criminal court.

In 2014, Meek's probation was extended for nearly a decade.

In February 2016, he was sentenced to 90 days house arrest following a parole violation.

Meek Mill

Photos by HEDO / BACKGRID

  • bella28498 .

    so all he had to do was marry Nicki Minaj, focus on his career, and sit tf down and he would be a free man? Black men sometimes are weird AF

  • Wreckognize Game

    Bye Meek. Use your time wisely like Gucci did. Maybe you can come out glo' d up too.

  • pecancandy

    Don’t know how to feel, sounds like BS charges to enrich the plantation but .........meek you know what’s up, do you like being on the plantation?

  • Ms.Vanilla

    Can we have some A list gossip Sandra?

  • OvertheMississippi

    Big dummy!!!

  • MRiGOThim

    At least it looks like he took a bath in this pic, lol!!!

  • RICHIE_RICH

    So is it 2,3 or 4 years.

  • shun king

    what kind of lawyers do this guy have he getting treated like he have a public defender either the judge have a real grudge or his lawyers are crap this should have been changed around to non reporting //extended almost a decade wtf????

  • Marlika

    Dumb ass! I think some mofos like going to jail where they'll have no responsibilities. ?

  • Rayne

    That's bout right. He gets a record deal, gets caught with guns and drugs then jail. But he's missing the " ride or die ? chick".

  • http://bettybooplover.tumblr.com/ Berry Melon

    IKR, and he claims that his momma taught him right from wrong...
    https://78.media.tumblr.com/20d32d4165fed00c8bf8aa1ba1c3eae1/tumblr_nzgdpzWelh1ueqjtbo1_500.gif

  • http://thedevereauxshow.com/ Ms.Devereaux

    Nicki was his ride or die remember she went to court for him spoke on his behalf said she would keep him on the right track ?

  • Rayne

    Lol is she still riding? ?

  • http://thedevereauxshow.com/ Ms.Devereaux

    Nawl she got off the bus But she was in it for a lil min ?

  • Mr.LeBrickJames

    In NY it would usually mean 4 years ... and eligible for early release for "good behavior" after serving half the sentence.

  • Rayne

    ? lmbo

  • Victorious82

    Dude stays taking L’s.

  • klwbaby

    Riding his dirt bike illegally means doing those stunts, right?

  • Mr.LeBrickJames

    I'd say the dirt bike charge might be kinda lame... but not the assault. If you swing on somebody or ever threaten to, that could be an assault charge right there. Somebody who's already on probation should know better than to even put himself in that kind of position to get arrested again.

  • Mr.LeBrickJames

    Or riding it without the proper plates or permits possibly.

  • Rayne

    Tyrese twerking ??????and crying ? in the kitchen. I cringed watching it. ????

  • klwbaby

    Didn't the Smith's tell him to stay off the Internet...

  • Luv Pitties

    He looks so lame in that red chef coat talking about please give The Gibsons some respect. She probably wasn't even in the room ?

  • Ms Thang

    This adds another L to his collection

  • Ms Thang

    And he got his azz right on there and told that they gave him 5 million.

  • https://instagram.com/caramelandbougie Uptown2501

    Karma! That's what he gets for kissing and telling his ex's business cuz he was hurt she broke up with him . Swear can't trust no one even the person you sleep with. #mitch

  • shun king

    something is up with that dude...talking about he just made money he been an entertainer 20+ years right

  • Neva RuthLess

    Black men don't value good women. A good woman that is firm and not with foolishness would get this hard headed fool together, just like Keyshia Kaoir did Gucci. It's been proven that even men who were career criminals turn around and do right when they marry and have children. Too many black men simply don't value family, so they of course don't value their freedom or themselves. If you don't value family, what could you possibly value?

  • Malai

    In my opinion, that was a complete slap in the face to the smith’s... if they told him to stay off the internet, why on EARTH would he brag to the world that he was donated 5 mil?? What he need to do is sell that rolls Royce he always driving around in, Be more frugal, and humble himself

  • isaiit

    I wish I could upvote this a million times. Very well said.

  • queentomyking

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/3d50d80ac07bfdf6b88dd7b301322ef494ee94906cb6b9abcec626ee71dfe35c.jpg

    Soooo.... I know we just aren’t gonna read past this busted azz middle name like it ain’t there!!! ???

  • isaiit

    #Savage ?

  • isaiit

    Where do you think the name Meek came from... inquiring minds want to know?

  • Li

    Is every rapper a thug?

  • Listen2Me

    His first name is ok. We're going let him slide; he has bigger issues "jail".

  • Seek Truth Speak Truth

    His lawyers suck.

  • Django the God
  • Listen2Me

    But...riding a dirt bike isn't even thug activity. ??

  • Vonn

    This guy has been on probation for a looooong time...and still can't get his ish together.

  • Platoon

    He got money, cars and women. But, ends up in prison a lot. How? Why?

  • Platoon

    Dumb statement. Enough with generalizing black in this stereotype

  • Vonn

    Nope, she posted...Don't drop the soap.

  • Floriduhh Evans

    What you in for...riding my bike ???

  • OvertheMississippi

    No! He sucks! His lawyers are not responsible for his fu@k ups.

  • queentomyking

    I have no idea! But seriously I would have never thought it was part of his name.

  • queentomyking

    Jail is definitely the worst issue here! I was just blown away by the name.... ?

  • queentomyking

    Wait seriously??? Didn’t Jada and Will allegedly pay him to stay of the internet?

  • Fire & Ice

    This guy keeps on taking L's

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Ty is like a child with no boundaries. A mature adult would've taken that loan and deleted their social media. I'm sure the Smiths regret giving him that loan.

  • DeeFromLA

    What a dumbass

  • Faux Gibbler

    Charges were dropped tho?
    See, another example of sending someone to prison and over crowding.

  • HalleMerry

    Rihmessha and Mekkail

  • kekeb

    Awwh man that's sad. Sorry to hear that. Prison is NOT the place to be
    SMH.

  • nick c

    Yea probation ain't no joke especially on a weapons charge they love throwing people in jail for that he got lucky with probation.

  • ReadingIsFundamental4Real

    We stereotype each other worse than non blacks.

  • Blaque Mahogany

    Man... this ninja Tyrese said he was going to pay someone's tuition to Harvard as soon as his Will Smith wire comes in. ??

    Listen... I just can't. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/00feb48adf7885be6842c264a688a3f1f8aff8ac00cb1d55c4bba29f2f3aa9f5.jpg

  • abby500

    Some negros are SO STUPID and they play directly into the plan laid out for them. Even when they get money they still let that ghetto mentality trip them.

  • abby500

    Rhimeeeeeeeeek. He betta be glad we ain't calling him Ri-Ri.

  • dontgetblocked

    Oh well. He had Nikki and he lost her. Then he tried to jump Saffire. He's talented but he doesn't know how to act, so he goes to jail with the rest of the thugs.

  • anjanette b

    That's how they keeping all these jails filled, That probation shit will keep u in and out of jail for the rest of your life. How you on probation for 10 years. Crazy

  • abby500

    I wonder if they can cancel the transaction. Sure they can.....But if they do, he'll be crying and playing the victim on sm.

  • Coy little wink
  • Coy little wink

    How sway?

    So this ad above is saying Sally Fields is dead???

    Auntie you should be ashamed...

  • queentomyking

    ??????????. Only room for 1 Rhi-Rhi tho!

  • Wreckognize Game

    He is tired and tiresome. Damn

  • Wreckognize Game

    I don't see that ad. I really don't think she controls those. I keep seeing the ad saying someone is battling a deadly disease and nobody knew. The pic is Kelis. Those are disgusting.

  • Vonn

    So did the Smiths actually give/promise him this money, or is he simply trying to speak it into existence?

  • Nathan Hastings

    Stop doing dumb shit.

  • 6ue$$imh8n

    I agree

  • Anunnaki

    I wonder why folks just give their life over to another person when it comes to their freedom, if meek understood law, he wouldn't be goinh to jail. Probation is a scam, riding your bike is not a crime unless u use it as a weapon, the bike incident is a civil offense not a law....i just don't get it...

  • Platoon

    Another generalization stereotype. All groups got areas that needs improvement

  • Marlika

    He just can't STFU can he?? ??

  • Oretta Grace Smith

    He showed no respect for Will or Jada!!!

  • ?Royalty?

    ???

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    SMH this Ninja here ..???

  • NeverSurprised

    You have absolutely no idea what you are talking about. Criminal laws vary from state to state. In NEW YORK, it is legal to PURCHASE a dirt bike, but illegal to OPERATE one on a public street , because they cannot be registered.

    When something is ILLEGAL, that means you can be arrested, fined and/or imprisoned for engaging in that activity. He broke NEW YORK STATE LAW by operating an unregisteted motorized vehicle on a public street. An arrest while on probation is a violation of said probation and therefore his dumb ass is headed back to jail.

    Summary of NY 's dirt bike law:

    "It is perfectly legal to purchase a dirt bike, but New York State laws make it illegal to register a dirt bike and use it on any public street. There is virtually no place to ride a dirt bike on public land, highways or city streets. New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, or DMV, says the dirt bikes are not tailored to meet the needs of city driving and are designed to be used off-road. Individuals caught with a dirt bike on city streets are subject to fines and arrest."

    https://healthfully.com/new-york-state-dirtbike-laws-7430885.html

  • the guest

    Probation is a set up.

  • NeverSurprised

    Exactly, which is why he gets no sympathy from me. Take some of that money you are spending on those overpriced Gucci shirts, and use to keep a criminal attorney on retainer to advise you on how to STAY out of jail.

  • NeverSurprised

    The charges were dropped, however the arrest itself is a violation of probation.

  • NeverSurprised

    I have zero sympathy. People want to constantly moan about the "white man" keeping then down, but the white man doesn't have to work very hard when you are your own worst enemy. Don't want to go prison? Then stop breaking the law!!!!
    His ass should have been sent back to jail for orchestrating that attack against Safaree, so he has already been walking free for longer than he deserves.

  • NeverSurprised

    He's not well.

  • NeverSurprised

    Not thug activity, but in NY it is illegal activity.

  • NeverSurprised

    They haven"t given it to him yet. He was on IG telling some kid he would pay his tuition to Harvard WHEN his Smith wire comes through. Hopefully they will come to their senses and revoke the offer.

  • NeverSurprised

    Dirt bikes cannot be registered for street operation in NY, so any operation of them on public streets or roadways is illegal.
    https://healthfully.com/new-york-state-dirtbike-laws-7430885.html

  • Trey

    There are plenty of people on probation for 10 years...its called a plea..take the time or roll the dice and stay out and dont get in trouble

  • Malcom Flex

    You big dummy.

  • C Mack

    You seemed really upset with the yelling you just did (all caps) lol. Thank you for the info. I was originally on the other side but your facts gave the information necessary to see that Meek's a dumb dumb

  • C Mack

    ?what happened?

  • NeverSurprised

    Lol. Not upset. I'm a trained attorney and we always emphasize the applicable language when citing the law. I would normally use italics but since they aren't available here, I use caps to let the reader know the specific language that is being emphasized.

  • NeverSurprised

    You are so right. But when over 70% of black children are being raised by single mothers, young boys have no male role models to teach them HOW to value home and family. Women can do great jobs as mothers, but only a father figure can teach a boy how to be a man. The absence of black fathers in their childrens' lives on a daily basis is, I believe, the single biggest impediment to black advancement.

  • Coy little wink
  • Bonita Johnson

    These fake thugs posing as rappers stay bragging about doing the most dumb ish in they’re music from Robbin shooting and murdering but when it comes to actually being about that life they seem to think the justice system is fake too! Naw son! U about that thug life you gonna reap the same mofo benefits as a real thug ....there is never a happy ending to a boastful thug! Fake or real! Got these youngins out here glamorizing that bs just to end up facing those same penalties!! Hope he learn his lesson and wise up but I’m sure that’s just wishful thinking!

  • PRPSP

    I wish so many grown men of all colors would read your post over and over and over and over and over, well you get the point

  • NeverSurprised

    Since my son was six years old, I've taught him that HE is the architect of his destiny. More than anything else, our own actions determine the kind of lives we will lead. My son is 24 and has never even been stopped by the police, much less arrested.

  • NeverSurprised

    Sandy, the defense and prosecution gave closing arguments yesterday in the rape trial of Nicki Minaj's brother. The prosecutor's summation of the young girl's testimony was really poignant:

    “[The victim] herself told you everything you need to know to find the defendant guilty,” ... “She described oral sex, she described vaginal sex, she described anal sex,” she said. "Through her testimony alone you know the defendant is guilty."

    The prosecutor then asked the jury why the girl would give up a home in Baldwin for a "basement apartment" and "a sectional sofa" where she lives now.

    "All of this in the name of a lie?" she asked, before urging the jury to find 38-year-old Maraj guilty.

    https://www.google.com/amp/www.nydailynews.com/amp/new-york/defense-stresses-extortion-claim-trial-minaj-brother-article-1.3615924

    "

  • shun king

    the white man have warned them it will be no mercy in the court system but they keep lining up to go..?!?

  • Kimberly

    And he lives in New York and knows they will arrest him for anything he slow no way around it only thing he has done from the time he got out before is try drake and safaree

  • shun king

    i got friend that risk there lives for high price clothing ....instead of using that money to try and open a business they just keep on till the black man kill them or the white man imprison them

  • shun king

    something is wrong with meek mill..dont forget lil boosie got like 4 years just so he could attend the bet awards

  • Kayke

    Like who takes that?....how was he going to stay out of trouble until 2024? ...also, if charges were dropped for the subsequent incidents why is he facing jail time? And not fines. Seems a bit harsh.

  • Kayke

    Seems illogical! What if you are wrongfully arrested?

  • Blaque Mahogany

    Yeahhhhhh. So I am going to take a different route and not call him a thug or an idiot. To me, this is just another example of the racial biases within the judicial system.

    1. He would have been better of serving the original time than being on probation for 10 years. Probation/parole is another tool used by the racist justice system to keep men tethered and in effect slaves. They overcharge black men and threaten them with serious jail time in order to get them to take a plea, which in all likelihood results in a parole sentence that will inevitably be violated.

    2. Yeah, the arrest were violations, but I have had enough clients violate their probation to know that more often than not when the underlying charge is dismissed the client is not found guilty of violating their parole. Hell, in America a black man can walk down the street and be detained/arrested simply because he fits a profile. An arrest is not an indictment of guilt.

  • shun king

    crazy the acting like he got caught with half a brick of coke..this is real strange .. i live in a city thats so flooded with crime people usually get a slap on the wrist for the charge she have and Philly just as bad...lawyer should have requested for the judge and D.A to be changed

  • Blaque Mahogany

    Idk. He said that his wife told him that they were going to give him the money. But he implied the money was for legal defense/to help him because he was broke. But, if you are broke how are you going to pay someone's tuition to Harvard. Harvard. Not Howard. That's like $400K.

  • Blaque Mahogany

    Girl...

  • Armymom20

    The system is set up for a person to fail.

  • NeverSurprised

    It's ridiculous. He has the financial independence that so many ex-criminals do not have. He doesn't have to break the law to feed his kids or support a family. He is leading a lifestyle that most young black men would kill for, yet he is simply throwing away his life/his freedom, for absolutely no good reason.

  • Noirluv45

    I hope they FRY HIM!

  • Armymom20

    I have to disagree with you. This man has been on probation for almost 10 years. The punishment was way to harsh for his crime. The system is designed for black men to fail. Now, I do understand he committed a crime back in 2008 and then again for illegally riding a dirt bike. There should have been some punishment but nearly 10 years of probation is ridiculous for the crimes he committed.

  • Armymom20

    for failure

  • Noirluv45

    Do you know how many people are in prison who have not broken the law? There's a real system in place called the school to prison pipeline that routinely punishes Black children for minor offenses White children get away with. White people get away with a lot more than we can, so let's not deny the reality of racism in Amerikkka. I do agree that we should not be breaking the law, but no one should.

  • Noirluv45

    Sometimes we are our worst enemy and it comes from within. I'm amazed at so many Black people will excuse the transgressions of Whites, but are quick to demean their own. I've seen it time and time again.

  • NeverSurprised

    I didn't realize he lived in NY. So absolutely no excuse. NYPD has been very public in their crackdown against these vehicles. We've had a few deaths, plus a cop who was dragged for several blocks while trying to arrest someone on a dirt bike. The NYPD doesn't play when it comes to the operation of illegal vehicles because we have sooo many people on the streets that it's too easy for someone to be injured.

    https://www.google.com/amp/nypost.com/2016/05/17/nypd-crushes-illegal-dirt-bikes-as-a-message-to-knuckleheads/amp/

  • Kayke

    Totally agree. This seems like someone has an axe to grind vs justice. I've never heard someone on probation getting jail time on charges that were dropped. Especially someone with funds.

  • Neva RuthLess

    Exactly. The reason why so many black men growing up don't have fathers, is because black men don't value family. I've met white men who didn't have father's or mothers growing up, they still made something of themselves, they MARRIED 1 woman and had children with only their WIFE. White and other races of men value their legacy and seed black men as a collective do not. There is NO excuse for black men to abandon their children (legacy ).

  • NeverSurprised

    Guess what? Life isn't fair. I don't care what white people are getting away with. I care about the quality of my life, my son"s life and yes, the lives of other black people.

    Of course I know that some people, of all races, are convicted of crimes they didn't commit. I worked at Legal Aid while in law school ( and for a period as an undergrad). BUT, I also know that the VAST majority of people in prison are there because they BROKE THE LAW.

    I sincerely believe that if black people started to shift their focus from the "white man" to THEMSELVES and their own empowerment, they would be shocked at what they could accomplish. I have achieved a life I never dreamed possible, and it"s because I never once believed that someone else could stop me.

    But I have also followed the rules, followed the law, because I never want to be unable to enjoy the lifestyle I have worked so hard for. Meek is throwing away a very comfortable life, and for what?

  • Coy little wink

    He looks like tyrone biggums

  • NeverSurprised

    Armymom, I don"t necessarily disagree with your premise. But even if I think the punishment is too harsh, it is what the law permits. And HE knows that an arrest represents a violation of probation, and will then subject him to whatever punishment the presiding judge wants to administer, within the bounds of the law. Why give someone else power over your freedom, when YOU can control your freedom by simply not breaking the law?

  • NeverSurprised

    Me too. I feel so sorry for that kid.

  • Tennessean

    Right! ...THE TRUTH!

  • Tennessean

    He makes me sick. Mom better not have had anything to do with this. 25 mil is plenty...no telling what measures people go through to extort money.

  • SingleGalCrazyWorld

    I dont like Meek but I think this is a lil too excessive. This man was booked in 2009 and for his probation to be that long as well as this sentence just goes to show how the Philly judicial system is. The D.A. office wants notoriety simply because our last D.A.was crooked and arrested for using pay to play tactics. Spotlight off of the crooked D.A. and on Meek smh I hate my city sometimes...

  • Anunnaki

    You don't understand, I know exactly what I'm talking about. like I said study. You only telling me that cause u read that, but I'm very versed in this stuff.

  • Mr.LeBrickJames

    "...ridiculous for the crimes he committed"? Are you serious?

    Drug dealing and illegal weapons possession are not minor crimes. He only served 8 months in prison for that, so he got off relatively light, since a lot of black men serve a lot more time for similar offenses.

  • Anunnaki

    Trained attorney that right there explained it...not knocking you, I won't do that. But what I know I have studied, learned and applied, and it work....

  • bella28498 .

    Meek doesn't have any kids, and its not like he was in a position to be getting into legal trouble. This man had 2 jobs be nicki minaj beard, and make albums and that was too hard for him. Black men get it together. This was senseless.

  • Renee26

    Niggas can't even ride bikes legally these days... SMH

  • Ms Thang

    That sucks.

  • Renee26

    All of this!

  • Ms Thang

    He might need to get him another lawyer

  • Renee26

    Ooooh this makes me soooo angry!! I didn't need the details they only brought more hateful thoughts to my mind

  • Renee26

    Torture killing....let him go through some GOT Reek type torture! I won't even type all the things I'm thinking...I'm goingto hell just for the thoughts. But I tell you if I was to see him down there in the pits of hell I would follow through with everything I'm thinking about now

  • Renee26

    How will she ever recover from that abuse...and the mental abuse her mother has given by allowing this to happen for so long. I pray that she goes to be with loving protective relatives that get her all the help she needs.

  • Renee26

    Bless his heart...I hope he never is...my son is straight laced as well and i hope he never comes in contact with the police...just because he's a black male

  • sunni_daze

    How you cathchin breaks and still mucking up. Maybe a seat in the joint will give him a minute to think on his stupidity.

  • NeverSurprised

    Poor thing. You're neither well versed nor even marginally educated in the law. You don't even know the difference between civil and criminal law.

    My law degree is from New York University School of Law and I ALWAYS link to legal authorities when I comment on legal issues ( as I did so above in citing NY's laws against dirt bikes) YOU, conversely, always reveal your unbridled ignorance by spouting nonsense that makes you sound as if you have failed to successfully complete the fifth grade.

    Now, please link to legal authority that says the operation of a dirt bike in NY is a civil rather than criminal matter. lF IT WERE A CIViL, HE COULDN'T HAVE BEEN ARRESTED FOR IT, you idiot.

    If someone is INJURED by a dirt bike, they would sue the operator in civil court for damages, but the operation of the bike is a criminal matter ( in NY a misdemeanor) because they are illegally operating a motorized vehicle. Now post a link proving me wrong.

  • NeverSurprised

    Yes dear. Bless your heart.

  • HoneyyGoodMoneyy_

    say it ain't so Meek. smh.

  • NeverSurprised

    Can you imagine what kind of monster would perform anal sex on an 11 year old girl? I hate him.

  • Michelle

    He does have a son

  • Anunnaki

    lol....

  • NeverSurprised

    Her innocence is forever lost. And yeah, I'm angry at the mother too for allowing it to go on. No way in hell a man would be molesting my child in my house without me discovering it.

  • Anunnaki

    Lol, ok.

  • blkgirlzrok

    Everything you just said!

  • Youngblood

    You thinking jail is the right thing for a non-violent case against another black man is shameful. Especially when the charges were dropped in both cases and stemming from a case that he should’ve received a 2 year probation sentence not a 10 year sentence at 18 for a non-violent case. Just goes to show how the system is set up and designed to send black men back to jail. No matter who the black person is.

  • Seek Truth Speak Truth

    That man wouldn’t make it to trial. I, the mother would be on trial for his murder.

  • Skin Deep Beauty

    Rules are Rules...he keep breakin them and getn breaks, now since he want some attention and street cred to stay relevant..go striaght to jail finish your probation right some jailhouse rap lyrics about how you a boss and the 2017 "Tupac" and how its Niki fault that she didnt hold you down..BOY BYE...the system has a back log and tired of revisiting your case....Go straight to jail and NO YOU CAINT PASS GO...heres some monopoly money to play dominos with.

  • sunni_daze

    Let's place the blame where it belongs, solely on him. He knew how much back -up tim he was facing if he fucked up, hence him using Nicki's star power when to get house arrest. Clearly having a good career with pelnty of opportunity is too much to him to handle. Took him out the hood, but couldn't take the hood out him. Not to mention every bblack man knows the system is set against him. No sympathy here

  • Armymom20

    I am not saying he should have gotten a slap on the wrist. How much drugs was he carrying? Reports say it was a small amount of Cocaine and marijuana? Yes, he should get some time. Yes, he should be locked up. The punishment didn't fit the crime. The system is designed for failure for a certain group of people.

  • NeverSurprised

    Remember this case from the 90''s? Right in the courtroom, a white mother killed the man accused of molesting her 11 year old son. Her sister said the thing that really set her off was when he looked at the family and "smirked" as he was led to the courtroom. The mother pulled out a gun (they didn't check for guns when everyone entered the courtroom) and she put a hole right in the back of his head.

    http://www.nytimes.com/1993/04/04/us/accused-molester-is-killed-in-court.html

  • Vonn

    He needs a conservator, like Britney Spears has.

  • Noirluv45

    I hear you, and that goes for all the cockroaches like him.

  • Noirluv45

    I do too!

  • imright

    this is some bull !!! FREE MEEK ???

  • Noirluv45

    Now, you see, here's the problem. You don't care what white people are getting away with. Do you live in a bubble? I don't. Do you and your children live among only black people? We don't; therefore, since you don't live in a world with just you and your family or other black people, then what others do affect all of our lives. White America has a horrible problem with drugs and violence. What if that touches you or your family? If it's wrong for us, it's wrong for everyone. White supremacists (and that includes black ones) excuse the behavior of whites. That's what you are doing. I care about my people too, but I'm not silly enough to think that my life exists with only black people and that everyone else can go about their lives committing crimes or whatever.

    What do you think black people have been doing for the last 400 years? We've created, built, shed blood, sweat and tears and we are still standing. Yes, I am going to deal with what the white man is doing as long as there is systematic oppression, racism, and white supremacy. You do as you wish. You say "they" as if you aren't black? If you aren't then your comment makes sense. White folks always want to shift the conversation away from their evil and focus on black people. Let me tell you something, we are table which whom everyone takes from. We know what the hell we can accomplish because we've accomplished it. Everyone steals our innovations. No one talks about the evils of white America that affect US ALL, so don't give me that b.s. lecture about what we need to do. The only thing we need to do is build our economic power, but even then, when we did that, yt came and tore it down. Perhaps you need a lesson in history. I have followed the rules and the law too. Big deal. That's what we are supposed to do. I'm not speaking solely about Meek; I'm speaking in general and I'm not going to hide my head in my backside with that, "I don't care what the white man does" crap because, in case you didn't know, HE runs the infrastructure. BTW, black people, if you open your eyes wide, are doing some wonderful things.

  • Armymom20

    Great point! I agree that he should know better b/c he is on probation. There still needs to be some justice reform in this country. It may lessen the percentage of recidivism.

  • Pnthr

    Bingo.

  • Pnthr

    He also got into two fights during that period of probation that his fans neglect to mention. One of those incidents was an attack on Safaree who did what to him? Nothing. He deserves it.

  • bella28498 .

    soooooo I am trying to figure out your point his net worth is 3 million his ex net worth is is 70million dollars.....he doesn't have a poor struggling dad issue that keep him in trouble with the law.......this was senseless no matter how u slice it.

  • Banka

    I don't know about this one, both cases were dropped so how do you get violated for a dropped charge... Not a Weak Mill fan....... but I think he got a raw deal this time and yes he does take some blame !!!!

  • Alicia.Ashe

    I’m confused is he going to jailed on charges that were dropped? If so how and why?

  • Renee26

    Sick Sick Sick....that child HAD to be walking funny and having all kinds of issues....I want her momma's head

  • sunni_daze

    And i don't doubt that, but he knew the consequences with every chance he took. At some point common sense has to kick in and say NO. DON"T. He has enough bread to buy land a cut a fool on, he didn't need to use the NYC streets.

  • anjanette b

    Ik.. But just understand it's a setup.

  • SouthernGirlAZWorld

    What’s wrong with them? Every opportunity in the world to get it together and won’t!

  • Armymom20

    People fight everyday. A fight shouldn't warrant you to go back to jail. Now, he should have served time for drugs and guns. I just feel the punishment doesn't fit the crime. It was to harsh in my opinion.

  • BlahBlahBlah

    Slavery by another name. Trying to break that ninja down. give him a number and then have him fightin everyday, take his man hood, strip him away from his family, etc. fawk dis gobernment

  • Malai

    I agree 100% Sandra