Amazon Prime Video has dropped the full trailer for Meek Mill‘s much-anticipated Free Meek docu-series. The six-part program provides insight into the Philadelphia-born artist’s life, which, for the past few years, has been under the scrutiny of the public eye for his run-ins with a fallible judicial system.
Mill, alongside his social justice cohorts, family and JAY-Z — an outspoken advocate for prison reform — candidly offer their perspectives on the rapper’s tumultuous personal experiences, while providing commentary on the failures of the police and judges to offer adequate services and fair decisions to the marginalized. Despite being the subject of countless headlines, Meek’s story is not unique to him; his experience has struck a chord with black families who deal with similar unjust circumstances. Through telling his story, Meek aims to shed light on a country-wide issue and give voice to others who don’t have the same platform as him.
Check out the full trailer above and stay tuned to Amazon Prime Video where the series will be launching on August 9.
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