Meek Mill Gets Romantic in New 'Fall Thru' Video

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Meek Mill poses for a portrait in support of his latest release "Dreams Worth More Than Money" at Atlantic Records in New York City on July 2, 2015.

The Philadelphia rapper is currently serving a 2-4 term in state prison for violating probation.

Meek Mill shared a new video for his Wins & Losses love track "Fall Thru" on Wednesday (Nov. 29), as his current incarceration casts a shadow over the romantic visual. 

The video opens with Mill calling up his love interest. The two of them seem to be living large, with him in a Rolls Royce and her in a nice house, but she's busy with work and soon it seems they're longing for simpler times. As the track kicks in, the scene cuts to the two lounging in a shabby apartment where they get cutesy in the kitchen and on the stoop outside. 

The clip ends with the hashtag "#JUSTICE4MEEK" as it fades to black, offering a stark reminder that the rapper is stuck behind bars while fans may be enjoying this new piece of content. 

Mill was sentenced to 2-4 years in state prison earlier this month for violating probation in a nearly decade-old gun and drug case. Since, his defense team has accused the sentencing judge, Genece Brinkley, of holding a grudge against the Philadelphia rapper, saying she was "enamored" with him and "crossed all conceivable lines." Celebrities including JAY-Z, Rick Ross, Colin Kaepernick, YG, Al Sharpton and many more have called for his release.

Watch Mill's new "Fall Thru" video here:


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