Meek Mill beasting to get out of solitary confinement; files docs requesting release from jail

Whatever You Want” rapper, Meek Mill, wants his freedom.

But until the courts determine whether or not his 2 to 4 year sentence for probation violation should be overturned, the rapper would—at minimum—like to be loosed from being imprisoned in solitary confinement.

On the heels of filing documents arguing that judge Genece Brinkley attempted to exact her revenge on the Philly bred emcee by ordering him to serve an “unjust” bid for two 2017 arrests in which the charges were dismissed, Meek and his lawyers are now requesting he be housed amongst the general public, rather than in seclusion, while he awaits an official decision concerning his release.

Per legal documents, obtained by TMZ, attorneys for the “Wins and Losses” spitter allege he’s a “victim of his celebrity,” having to remain in solitude for 23 hours a day for 7 days a week in order to ensure his safety while on lockdown.

Meek’s lawyer claim prison officials are worried about the 31-year-old Dream Chaser interacting with other inmates, so they keep him in the cut as an effort of protection.

Meek Mill solitary confinement

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Reps for Nicki Minaj’s ex-boyfriend reportedly explained to the courts that solitary insidiously destroys the psyche… And said it’s stunting Meek’s creativity as he’s trying to write and improve his physical health during his time behind the wall.

Pointing to his OD fan love—demonstrated, on Monday, when chant-happy Hip-Hop heads swarmed Philly’s Criminal Justice Center in protest of Meek Mill’s harsh sentence—as well as the respect he’s garnered from his countless philanthropic efforts, the “House Party” rhymer is said to believe he’ll do fine if/when he’s permitted to interact with his fellow inmates.

On the bright side, until officials make moves on any of Meek’s demands, he’ll be allowed to hit the the prison commissary for the first time, on Friday—allowing him to stock up on jailhouse snacks and toiletries—and he’ll get his first visitor sometime next week.

For showing signs of maturity, responsibility, and rehabilitation, the “Lord Knows” lyricist is seeking his 12 year probation—stemming from a 2008 weapons case—be wiped out completely, and hopes to be granted time served so he can get TF up out of jail ASAP…

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By: Asia Grace

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