They were all together as part of a meeting for criminal justice reform.
Robert Kraft is currently embroiled in a fairly contentious court case stemming from his alleged involvement in a prostitution ring at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Florida. Recently, Kraft was told he must face the judge in person, which is pretty large development in the case. Despite all of his legal troubles, Kraft has been a part of Meek Mill's fight to reform the criminal justice system. Meek Mill has received a ton of support from Kraft over the last few years, especially while he was in prison for probation violations.
On Wednesday, Meek, Kraft, and Jay Z were all in a meeting together for the REFORM Alliance which is dedicated to criminal justice reform. CNN host Van Jones is actually the CEO of REFORM and was also on tap for the meeting. Afterward, all of the men joined in for a group photo which shows Kraft putting his arm around Meek, with Jay Z to the left of the Patriots owner.
"Unimaginable game given," Meek wrote on Instagram while posting a picture from the meeting.
Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin was also on tap for the meeting. Rubin was another big supporter of Meek Mill while he was battling through legal troubles.
According to TMZ, the group has pledged $50 million to get 1 million prisoners released over the next five years.