Meek Mill Working Several Prison Jobs for 19 Cents/Hour

Brunilde Fioravanti
Dicembre 8, 2017

He does it all with a smile, apparently, while earning just 19 cents per hour.

After filing a new motion for bail, Pennsylvania's Superior Court has chose to deny Meek Mill's temporary release from the State Correctional Institution - Chester, Associated Press reports.

Cleaning his cell block, washing dishes, maintaining the upkeep of prison grounds and even cooking and serving food are under his weekly duties.

A rep for the prison claims Meek has been a model inmate and he's getting some nice perks for it.

He's supposedly also on the wait list for therapy courses, and is allowed to use the electrical and carpentry shops.

This news comes several days after Judge Genece Brinkley denied the rapper's bail because, as previously reported, she believes that Meek - born Robert Rihmeek Williams - is a "flight risk" and "a danger to the community".

In a previous interview with VIBE, Mill's lawyer Joe Tacopina said his legal counsel will continue to fight for justice despite the roadblocks that may lay ahead. Meek's legal team filed another motion to a higher court following Brinkley's rejection but his request was once again denied.

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