Jay-Z’s Roc Nation Gets “Pledge Of Allegiance” Case Against 6th Grader Dismissed

Written by on March 7, 2019

eleven-year-old Jabari Talbot was arrested by a school resource officer after refusing to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance at Lawton Chiles middle academy in Lakeland Florida the sixth grade student was charged with disrupting a school function and resisting arrest without violence according to reports a substitute teacher asked Talbot to stand up for the pledge he apparently told to substitute the American flag and the national anthem were offensive to black people Jabari was also accused of threatening the teacher and telling school officials he would get them fired jay-z’s Roc Nation has stepped up to help Talbot and his family attorney Alex Spiro was assigned to work on Jabari ‘s case pro bono Spiro and the rock were able to get the charges dropped Jabari is a courageous and intelligent young man who deserves all the credit for standing up for his beliefs said Spiro in a statement he should have never been arrested or entangled in this situation his freedom of speech rights were clearly protected under the First Amendment jay-z was also directly involved in getting Meek Mill released from a Pennsylvania state prison last April and the hip hop elder statesman is assisting 21 Savage with his pending federal deportation case additionally Lil Wayne credited Jay with paying off his back taxes comments from the people rock nation didn’t pay much money to help the kid anyone could get charges dismissed where’s the compensation for false arrest investigation and pushed to stop it happening in future just another PR stunt by rock nation because it’s suddenly fashionable to be woke after Jay has been mocking the community for years saying if you’re not a millionaire you are a loser a worker not a boss thank you for tuning into sugar-water TV make sure you tune in for the liquid truth Monday and Thursday night at 10 p.m.

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