Mally Mall Is Back Blac Chyna Confirms
Jamal “Mally Mall” Rashid is back home after serving nearly two years of a 33-month prison sentence. He made sure his time in prison was productive by participating in all the programs the Federal Bureau of Prisons offered him. And he made it a habit of lifting weights and exercising in the prison yard whenever he could.
While in prison, Mally got back into shape by working out with Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory and One8 “Divine Irvis”. Now Mally has never looked better because he managed to drop much of his body weight and build more muscle tone. His fans will be happy and amazed when they see him again.
Mally has a big concert in June featuring Akon, Snoop Dogg, Lil Baby, and more. He also recorded a single with Swae Lee that has a release date in April. However, Mally’s newest endeavor is his work and association with “Justice for Women in Collaboration with Hip Hop Alliance Presents Concert Series for Global Justice!”
Daphna Edwards Ziman is the leader and co-founder of Justice for Women International. She & Tarnita Woodard from “Poise” are dedicated to eliminating and raising awareness of the physical and verbal abuse inflicted against women and children. In addition, the Hip Hop Alliance wants to take a bold stance by partnering with Justice for Women and encouraging the Hip-Hop community to condemn all acts of physical and verbal abuse against women and children.
Mally is anxious to rebuild his life after prison and use his experiences to promote a noble cause like Justice for Women! We have obtained Records showing that The Federal Bureau of Prisons apparently made mistakes when calculating Mally’s good conduct time credits under the First Step Act. As a result, he was incarcerated for an extra 8 months due to so called human error. Jamal”Mally Mall” Rashid was asked about this and declined to comment on that matter he’s just ready to move forward helping others. Justice for women is a powerful movement that’s using Isreal’s technology, bringing energy & building towers that are solar powered to purify clean water in Africa in order to help manny young little children and their families!