Dipset rapper Juelz Santana was released from prison last week after serving 19 of his 27 month sentence on drug charges. Once home, the rapper began getting back to business and according to TMZ, Meek Mill has inspired him to get involved with prison reform.
It has been disclosed that Meek played a huge role in helping to bring the New York rapper home by reaching out to his wife, Kimbella and directing her to a lawyer that could assist with Juelz’s release. He is now on supervised release, which means he’ll still be required to submit to a drug test within 15 days of his release. However, he dodged being sent to a halfway house due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Now, the 38-year-old “Mic Check” rapper revealed he is planning to collaborate with nonprofits to help overturn unfair prison sentences. In addition, he also wants to help incarcerated creatives find a platform for the music and movie scripts that they write in prison. .
What a way to pay it forward. Welcome home Juelz.