Much can be said about the American prison system, and it is still subject to significant criticism and controversy, but it seems to have its good sides.
Recently, several convicted celebrities, as well as some awaiting conviction, have shared details about the tasty meals they enjoyed during Thanksgiving.
Being behind bars should not be a barrier to enjoying a good meal on one of the most emblematic vacations in the country, and everyone in the system seems to be on the same page about it.
This year's names include Suge Knight, R. Kelly and Kodak Black, who have given several details about what they could enjoy while behind bars.
The details have come out through auxiliary channels and not directly from the stars. Even so, until now they include cornbread stuffing, salsa, pecan pie and several other delicious products that might even have difficulty getting out of prison.
This has raised some questions about the nature of the entire prison system, and the announcement has revived some old discussions about the way things work in the United States.
However, it does not seem that those involved in the system in a more direct capacity have much to complain about at this time.
In addition to the fact that they are deprived of their direct freedom, many of them seem to be enjoying a more decent life than most people who live a "normal,quot; life outside of jail.
Meanwhile, people on social media are debating Kelly's scandal and persecute some of the parents.
One person said: “Parents also need to go to jail. Everyone wanted money. "
Another commenter revealed: “That man is wrong. Even worse for letting your son see that man. I am 23 years old. I knew their customs since a child came if I knew that their parents knew they had to be in the cell next to him. "
This follower explained: "I will never understand the crowd,quot; what happens to the parents? "No one is more responsible than the real predator. What do they want? We imprison parents but not R. Kelly?
What do you think about this exchange? Can Kelly beat those different cases in 2020?