Thanksgiving rituals have left the dinner table and are taking place behind bars. 

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According to TMZ Meek Mill and Bobby Shmurda, who are both locked up, will still be getting the usual deliciousness that Thanksgiving has to offer.  

Meek was sentenced to prison just recently after violating probation earlier this year. Bobby was jailed in 2014, after being convicted of gang conspiracy charges. His original sentence was for seven years, but four more years were added in early 2017 after being found with a prison shank he obtained from one of his visitors.

The "1942 Flows" rapper, who is at the State Correctional Facility in Pennsylvania will be eating turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, cranberry sauce, bread rolls and pumpkin pie. The "Hot N***a" rapper, who is at Clinton Correctional Facility in upstate New York, will be chowing down on turkey, mashed potatoes, peas and carrots, stuffing, gravy, and a vanilla sundae for dessert. 

The publication also notes that Kidd Creole a member of hip-hop pioneers Grandmaster Flash And The Furious Five will be eating a very similar meal, with a different dessert - roast turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce, candied yams, steamed veggies and carrot cake. Creole was arrested and charged in August after stabbing a homeless man to death after the man used a homophobic slur against Creole.

Meek is the latest out of the three to be behind bars, and many are rallying to set him free since Meek's lawyer believes the judge who sent him away has her own personal vendetta against the rapper

Former NFL player, Colin Kaepernick is one of the last public figures to visit Meek, where he shared a statement on his behalf. 

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"Spoke to Meek Mill & he wanted ppl to know regardless of his unjust situation, he’s in good spirits & humbled by the support the people have shown him. We'll continue to fight against the harsh sentencing practices that have affected Meek & millions of other POC for generations."