Women in prison have taken over the internet.
Women in prison have some sad stories as it’s not difficult for them to find “love” with those from the outside, believe it or not. There have been numerous Black women who are incarcerated who receive online support.
As of 2020, there are about twice as many African-American women in prison as there are white women. However, since 2000, when Black women were six times more likely to be incarcerated, there has been a significant decrease.
According to the Sentencing Project, the imprisonment rate for black women has dropped by 68 percent while the rate for white women has grown by 12 percent.
A prison portrait of a young Black woman called Nyla Murrell-French in 2021 earned her the moniker “Prison Bae.”
According to the New York Post, the 22-year-old was incarcerated for seven years at an adult correctional facility in Minneapolis, Minnesota, for slashing a lady in the neck following an altercation at a petrol station in 2018.
The New York Post said that despite her crime, she received thousands of likes on her internet images and began to get marriage offers and promises to shower her with gifts of money.