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Meek Mill is set to give his first television interview to Lester Holt of NBC News on Sunday. He told Holt, “I think we always been divided in America where it’s always black and white. I don’t really call it black and white. A lot of black people are in prison, a lot of Spanish men are in prison. A lot of these laws and policies are made to keep most of these minorities trapped forever.”  Mill adds, “I had eight years of probation that turned to 16 years of probation. Something is not working. I’m still doing time for that case.”

The sit-down took place just a day after Meek was released from prison following a decision by the Supreme Court of Philadelphia to grant him bail. The hour long sit-down will air Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT, 6 p.m. CT. Watch an excerpt of the conversation from ‘Dateline: The Meek Mill Story’ below.

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