A few days after Meek Mill received a two to four-year sentence for violating his parole, ASAP Ferg has shared the video for the Meek-assisted "Trap and a Dream" off his Still Striving mixtape.
Ferg showed his support for Meek in a statement that accompanied the video's release: "Meek is my brother and will forever have my support, especially in these tough times."
While Meek currently sits in prison, a Change.org petition asking for his release has racked up nearly 185,000 signatures.
"In regards to the harsh, undeserving sentencing of Robert Rihmeek Williams (Meek Mill), I felt the need to create a petition to reevaluate the charges, his impact in the community, and the subsequent sentencing," that petition read. "More than just a celebrity or rapper, Meek Mill has been a powerful voice in the community for our youth. He has made positive contributions to many communities and programs, dedicating time and money to the cultivation of our youth and neighborhoods; even through his own adversities."
Meek's attorney Joe Tacopina has also aired a number of accusations (including in an interview with Complex on Tuesday) against the judge who leveled the sentence against his client. Tacopina claimed the judge (Genece Brinkley) had a major conflict of interest and asked Meek to sign with a management company run by someone she has a relationship with. He also said she asked the rapper to re-write a song so he could mention her. Not surprisingly, Tacopina says he'll appeal the sentence.
But, in the meantime, while you wait for that to happen, check out the new video above.