- Jay-Z wrote a New York Times op-ed on Friday protesting rapper Meek Mill's
- Jay-Z has been one of Mill's most fervent supporters, previously calling the ruling "unjust and heavy-handed."
- In the Times op-ed, Jay-Z calls probation "a trap" and highlights "the absurdity of the criminal justice system."
When rapper Meek Mill was sentenced to 2-4 years in prison last week for violating his probation, an outpouring of protest followed the controversial decision, with Jay-Z being one of Mill's most fervent supporters.
After calling Mill's sentence "unjust and heavy-handed" in a Facebook post last week, Jay-Z wrote an op-ed protesting Mill's sentence and the "absurdity of the criminal justice system" for The New York Times on Friday.
Read in The New York Times.