Jay-Z and Yo Gotti have withdrawn their legal action against a Mississippi prison

Jay-Z and Yo Gotti have withdrawn their legal action against a Mississippi prison ...

Jay-Z is well-known for his fantastic music. He has also been well-known for his charitable work. He has founded the Shawn Carter Foundation, which aims to assist individuals and families who are facing socio-economic hardships continue their education and employment.

Jay-Z has been an active supporter of criminal justice reform. He has worked with organizations like the Innocence Project and the Reform Alliance to raise awareness about the issue and push for changes to the criminal justice system. In 2017, he produced a documentary on the topic Time: The Kalief Browder Story, which premiered on Spike TV.

Following complaints of inhumane conditions, Jay-Z and his team at Roc Nation filed several federal lawsuits against the Mississippi State Penitentiary system in Parchman.

There were reported to be rat feces, cockroaches, and bird excrement served to the inmates. The lawsuits have been filed by over 200 inmates.

However, Jay-Z and Yo Gotti decided to file a lawsuit against the prison after it made several improvements over the following years, including adding steel showers, functioning ambulances, and sound systems.

Yo Gotti issued a statement in which he applauds the progress made. He believes this refutes a larger issue.

Roc Nation might just refile the lawsuit, although the lawsuit has been dropped. Keep an eye on Thirsty For News for similar stories.

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