Tank Calls Eva Marcille
When they posting FREE MEEK MILL but won’t go out and vote for the new district attorney.
Eva, whose boyfriend was running for Atlanta mayor, captioned the post with
Today is Election Day for local elections and judges are on the ballot…. do your part!!
Tank wasn’t necessarily a fan of the post, suggesting that it was a stretch to say that voting had much of a correlation to Meek Mill’s current legal situation. [FYI: This week, Meek was sentenced to 2 to 4 years for violating his probation.]
Tank responded with a video on social media, stating:
Let me clear this, ‘Free Meek’. We’re allowed to feel that way. We’re allowed to post that. And saying that if we had voted, Meek would be free using that thing to correlate the other thing – it just doesn’t make sense. Because we also have to ask ourselves on the other hand, was it justified?
We don’t understand the nuances of his case. So the two don’t really go together. All I can say is, I don’t want the brother to do time. We’re allowed to feel that way. Saying, ‘You should go vote and that’s going to make the difference?’ Just because your boyfriend is running for office? Uhhhh, that’s a tall stretch. Are we being victimized by the system? Are we being targeted by the system? Absolutely. But we do sometimes have to start at the beginning. Let’s not get in front of these judges in the first place.
See the clip.
Do you agree or disagree with Tank’s response to Eva’s message about voting?