Yo Gotti joined forces with Team Roc to tackle some of the inhumane and gruesome conditions with Mississippi’s correction system that has been brought to the surface thanks to the inmates.


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The rapper’s call for action is growing now that the coronavirus has evolved into a pandemic. According to the press release obtained by AP News the philanthropic arm of Roc Nation and their artists wants the facilities to take preventative measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus amongst the inmates. “Inmates at Parchman have been forced to live in deadly environments that lack clean water, adequate food, electricity, heat, access to healthcare and clothing, among many other basic human necessities. While visitors are restricted from accessing the prison and visiting loved ones inside, the recent classification of COVID-19 as a pandemic and the rising death toll are cause for alarm in a penitentiary already low on resources.”

“These inmates have been subjected to inhumane health and safety risks, and now have to deal with the uncertainty and potential devastation of the coronavirus, too,” Yo Gotti said. “It is imperative that the Mississippi Department of Corrections implement a plan within Parchman to provide the medical resources necessary to protect inmates that might be exposed.”

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Yo Gotti added his own two cents, “These inmates have been subjected to inhumane health and safety risks, and now have to deal with the uncertainty and potential devastation of the coronavirus, too.”

Every correctional facility nationwide needs to be taking precautions in response to the growing concern of the coronavirus.

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