Mendeecees Harris was supposed to be released from prison in November 2020. Now it’s being reported that the Love & Hip Hop star will be coming home a lot sooner.
The Shade Room is reporting that Yandy Smith’s husband could possibly be a free man by the end of this month or next month. Sources close to the situation are estimating that Harris could be released in November but no later than December 15.
The reporting seems very legit cause Yandy Smith replied to TSR’s post by leaving heart emojis in the comment section.
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TSR STAFF: Brianne D! @beedev_ ______________________________________ #TSRExclusive: #Roommates, #MendeeceesHarris has been away from his family for about four years, but we are happy to exclusively report that he could be home either this month or next month! ______________________________________ Sources close to the situation say Mendeecees is expected to be released within the month, and no later than December 15th. ______________________________________ As we previously reported, Mendeecees was sentenced to eight years in prison after he plead guilty to drug trafficking back in 2015. Keep your prayers up for Mendeecees, his wife #YandySmith, and their family at this time!
Mendeecess was initially sentenced to eight years in prison after he pled guilty to drug trafficking charges back in 2015. If he is indeed released the end of this month or in December, he will be out before the halfway mark of his jail term. It is being reported that while he was in prison, Mendeecees completed a substance abuse program, plus taken courses on money management, parenting from prison, public speaking, and health and nutrition.
We know both Yandy and Mendeecees are excited to bring their family together again. We know for a fact that this will somehow take shape on season 10 of Love & Hip Hop: New York, which has confirmed the return of cast members from the show’s first season.
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Mendeecees Coming Home, Set To Be Released Before The End Of The Year was originally published on hiphopwired.com