Reverend Al Sharpton is planning to help rapper Meek Mill while he is serving time in a Pennsylvania prison because he did the same thing for Tupac in the 90s.
The civil rights activist is set to visit Mill at Chester State Prison in Philadelphia on Monday after he was jailed last month for up to four years for breaching his parole.
He believes the 30-year-old rapper's punishment is too severe and wants to pressure authorities into giving Mill a new hearing.

Sharpton negotiated with the warden at the Clinton Correctional Facility in New York in the 1990s, which resulted in Tupac being released from solitary confinement.
The activist thinks that experience will assist him in his bid to help Meek, TMZ reports.
Speaking to his National Action Network group in New York on Saturday, Sharpton said a person's sentence must fit the violation.
He was convicted of drug dealing and gun possession back in 2008.
'Just because someone does something that is wrong, does not give you the right to do wrong to them,' Sharpton said.
'The sentence must fit the violation.'

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