While one Hollywood actor, celebrity, producer, singer, and director after another puts their time and money into efforts that will put more restrictions on the ability to buy guns, some celebs going as far as calling for a repeal of the right to bear arms, it seems like when it comes to using guns in their multi-million dollar film productions, their anti-gun stance doesn’t hold up as strong.
Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill was reportedly convinced by fellow rap star Jay-Z to back out of a scheduled meeting at the White House on prison reform with President Donald Trump.
On Friday, TMZ reported that Mill would visit the White House on Friday to discuss prison and criminal justice reform at a meeting chaired by President Trump, but added that “some celebrities have contacted Meek urging him not to go.”
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Earlier today I wrote that progressive comic book professionals were trying to stop the release of Jawbreakers: Lost Souls by Richard Meyer after the INDIEGOGO project surpassed $200,000 yesterday on their final day. Two days after Publisher Antarctic Press announced they planned on releasing the book in September, the publisher has succumbed to relentless pressure from progressives in the industry.