Meek Mill provided bail for 20 detained ladies so they could celebrate Christmas with their families.

20 women being held on remand in Philadelphia’s Riverside Correctional Facility were recently given a Christmas respite by the rapper, according to staff at the rapper’s charitable organization REFORM Alliance, who just shared the news on Instagram.

The ladies, who couldn’t afford bail, can now celebrate the holidays with their family and loved ones, according to charity officials. “With the aim of releasing 15 more women in the following week, five ladies were released today and will now be reunited with their families. Additionally, each of the women will get a gift card that can be used to buy groceries or holiday presents.”

Meek expressed his joy at using his fame to support individuals who have been left down by mass incarceration in a statement to Billboard.

The holidays can be a very difficult time for families who are affected by the criminal justice system, he added. “If we can prevent it, no one should have to spend Christmas behind bars due to inability to pay bail, and no child should be without their parents. I’m appreciative of the chance to assist these women in spending this important holiday season with their families and loved ones.”

Due to accusations involving a pistol and drugs in 2008 and subsequent parole violations, the rapper spent years in and out of prison.

The 35-year-old, whose true name is Robert Rihmeek Williams, is well known for performing holiday good deeds in his hometown of Philadelphia. Early in December, he played American football with children whose parents are behind bars at the Philadelphia Eagles practice facility.


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