There’s nothing like a mother’s love towards her son. Meek Mill’s mom, Kathy Williams, hosted a press conference at the University of Pennsylvania to desperately asked the District Attorney Larry Krasner to step in and get her son out of jail. A teary-eyed Kathy Williams opened up the press conference by asking the DA to help her out. Now Kathy wasn’t in this press conference alone she stood alongside Meek’s attorney, Joe Tacopina and put Judge Genece E. Brinkley in the hot seat, asking her why would she gave her son that long of a sentence. Now the press conference sparked up the #FreeMeekMill movement even more by having a Reform Philly rally for Meek where the rapper even phoned in from jail to speak to his die hard fans. The Reform Philly rally was used to bring injustice to light. What do you guys think about Meek’s mom speaking up for her son? Do you also think the rally helped out a little? Leave us a comment below. See video below.
#MeekMill’s mom spoke at a news conference at the University of Pennsylvania today and tearfully asked District Attorney Larry Krasner to “step in” and help her son get out of prison. “I’m begging the DA,” #KathyWilliams said in her first public statement. “Can you please help me out?” The rapper’s mother, who stood alongside Meek Mill’s attorney Joe Tacopina, questioned Judge Genece E. Brinkley’s decision to sentence her son to four years behind bars. “I don’t even understand how he’s been on probation for that many years. It’s like he murdered somebody,” she said. “He has to beg to see his son. What kind of woman does that? Is she a mother? Do she have a mother?” According to @phillydotcom, Meek was charged in a drug and gun case when he was 19, and as a result, he’s spent most of his adulthood on probation under the authority of Judge Brinkley. [ Via - @theshaderoom ]