Meek Mill Responds to Bobby Shmurda, Says Criminal Justice Reform Isn’t About Speaking Up for Cops
Bobby Shmurda has the wrong idea about Meek Mill's prison reform efforts–at least according to Meek.
After an interview with the currently-incarcerated Shmurda was published on Monday (March 25), one where the rapper said he wouldn't be joining Meek's efforts upon his release, Meek shared his thoughts on the matter in an Instagram comment.
"Somebody gave Bobby the wrong information," Meek wrote on Tuesday (March 26). "Nothing I got going on has nothing to do with speaking up for the cops!"
In the initial interview, Shmurda seemed to be of the belief that Meek's prison reform efforts include assisting law enforcement.
"I tell people all the time I respect what he's doing but I can't do it though, you understand?" Shmurda told Sirius XM's Swaggy Sie. "I can talk to the kids, but I'm ain't about to be sitting here protesting and politicking for no muthafuckin' cops because them muthafuckas don't care."
He elaborated further and added that in his opinion, bringing awareness to criminal justice reform will not influence change. Shmurda does admit, however, that he is open to having a conversation with Meek about the criminal justice reform organization he recently launched alongside Jay-Z, Reform Alliance. Hopefully, that conversation will prove fruitful.
You can view Meek Mill's reply to Bobby Shmurda for yourself below. Check out Bobby's interview about the matter beneath that.
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