Meek Mill recently penned an op-ed for the New York Times where he speaks on criminal justice reform.

The rapper had his own issues with the law after he was incarcerated for five months in prison after a Philadelphia judge named Genece Brinkley ruled he violated his probation by popping a wheelie on a dirtbike in New York City.

Meek’s op-ed calle for “stronger prison rehabilitation programs, updated probation policies... an improved bail system and balanced sentencing structures. The rapper also gave information on a group named ReformNow that will be pushing for criminal justice reform as well.