Houston Rockets' James Harden reportedly paid Meek Mill a visit in prison during some time between NBA games. Billboard reports that Harden visited Meek at the State Correctional Institution in Chester, Philadelphia on December 26.
Harden reported back from the visit on social media. "Got a chance to see my bro Meek Mill today. His spirit is high and hopefully we can get him out by February," Harden wrote on his Instagram Stories. "Told me to tell y'all when he get out he got some 🔥 for y'all."
ESPN reports Harden will wear a custom version of his signature Adidas sneakers with “FREE MEEK” stitched across the shoe when the Rockets play the Boston Celtics on Thursday, December 28.
Meek Mill was sentenced to a prison sentence of between two and four years in November for violating probation on a gun and drug case dating back almost 10 years. He has been denied bail on multiple occasions since being incarcerated.
James Harden will be wearing “Free Meek Mill” shoes on Thursday against the Boston Celtics. pic.twitter.com/7XmnkpJZoP— My Mixtapez (@mymixtapez) December 27, 2017