Drake Finally Responds To Meek Mill's Prison Sentence Live On Stage - WATCH

20 November 2017, 10:18 | Updated: 20 November 2017, 13:48

Drizzy appears to have forgiven but not forgotten.

Drake has finally responded to Meek Mill’s lengthy prison sentence during his ‘The Boy Meets World Tour’ in Australia.

The ‘Views’ rapper, who infamously feuded with Meek Mill over ghost-writing claims, appeared to spot a fan in the crowd wearing a “Free Meek Mill” t-shirt. 

“I see you got the ‘Free Meek Mill’ t-shirt,” he said. “Free Meek Mill, too, man, for real.” 

Watch the surprising footage above.


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After Meek claimed that Drake used ghost-writers back in 2015, the pair engaged in a heated feud that appeared to end when Drizzy performed in front of a slideshow of Meek Mill memes at OVO Fest in his hometown of Toronto. 

Meanwhile, Meek has been getting support from many major figures in Hip-Hop following his arrest, including JAY-Z. 

The rapper has publically declared his anger at the America’s criminal justice system on numerous occasions and has called Meek’s 2-4 prison sentence “unjust”.

According to reports, Meek has now been removed from solitary confinement and placed in general population at the State Correctional Institution in Chester, Pennsylvania.

The rapper was previously forced to be spend 23 hours a day on his own since entering prison on 8th November 2017. 

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