Meek Mill Weighs in on Stifling Criminal Justice System Ahead of Amazon's Free Meek Documentary

Meek Mill has been stuck in the criminal justice system for practically his entire adult life.

First arrested at 19 for gun- and drug-related charges, Robert Rihmeek Williams—like many other black and brown people—has found himself on a merry-go-round, in and out of the criminal justice system.


Now the 32-year-old is an internationally known rapper bringing his story of injustice to your homes with the help of Amazon Prime Video.

“I was caught up. I can’t tell you why. It’s been going on hundreds of years before me,” said Meek Mill at the New York City premiere of Free Meek.


Watch the recording artist-cum-activist and other attendees, like Van Jones, weigh in on America’s stifling criminal justice system.

Free Meek premieres on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, August 9.

Afro-Cuban woman that was born and branded in New York. When León isn't actually creating cool videos, she's thinking of cool videos that she can create.

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