Meek Mill protests against “the system” after Kyle Rittenhouse’s meeting with Donald Trump

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American rapper Meek Mill unreservedly condemns the United States’ system, which he considers to be flawed. This charge follows the verdict of the Kenosha jury which found young Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty of the charges against him.

Meek accuses the system and asks his followers to be careful

The case of the shooting during the riots in Kenosha on August 25, 2020 continues to stir up controversy in public opinion. Evidenced by the reaction of Robert Rihmeek  Williams alias  Meek  Mill on his Instagram account . In his post, the rapper used Rittenhouse’s meeting with Trump on the one hand. 

Then he used another case in which another white man escaped jail after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting four teenagers. For the native of Philadelphia, these two examples prove the failure of the United States system. “It’s clear to see that the system is totally designed to destroy blacks and browns!” The rapper wrote.

 He adds that “the television programs can no longer hide it… I no longer believe in anything that I was taught in history in public school, now I am educated! The system is the second stage of slavery and the government fully understands the damage it is doing to our people with no money and incarcerating most of us! “. 

Faced with this unorthodox situation, Meek urged his followers to pay more attention. “I was so caught up in trying to overcome poverty / the streets that I never noticed how deep the system really is! PAY ATTENTION ! “  Asked the rapper.

Of note in the Kenosha riots shooting case, the 18-year-old is one of the hottest topics in the media discussion. Indeed, Kyle Rittenhouse  is accused of murder after shooting and killing two people during a demonstration in August 2020. Recently acquitted, the young would have met former President Donald Trump at his property in Mar-A-Lago, Florida.

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