The #Justice4MeekMill continues as Meek Mill serves 2-4 years in a undisclosed prison location for violating his probation earlier this year in two separate incidents. The first incident involved Meek Mill getting into a physical altercation at a St. Louis airport because Meek didn’t want to take a photo for a fan. The second incident involved Meek Mill being arrested for reckless endangerment for popping wheelies on a dirtbike without wearing a helmet in New York. Those two violations which both were misdemeanors and were dismissed were enough for Meek Mill’s judge, Judge Genece Brinkley to give him a harsh sentence but she justified her decision due to a failed drug test and Meek’s noncompliance with a court order restricting his travel.
Now there accusations from Meek Mill’s lawyer, Joe Tacopina that Judge Brinkley takes “an inappropriate personal interest in (Meek Mill) that goes above and beyond her role as a judge.” Tacopina called Brinkley’s behavior “a little stalkerish,” alleging that she showed up at Mill’s “community service for the homeless” last year and “watched him do community service.” In addition, there are reports surfacing that Judge Brinkley has requested Meek Mill to leave Roc Nation to sign with a friend of hers and asked the rapper to record a Boyz II Men song in a tribute to her.
— T.I. (@Tip) November 9, 2017
Meek’s 2-4 year sentence has sparked a discussion and outrage between thousands of people on social media. Most importantly, the rap community is being supportive of their brother! Prominent rap superstars like T.I, Snoop Dogg, Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Young Thug, and many more has expressed their outrage to why Meek Mill is locked away in prison! The most recent #Justice4Meek effort is a petition going around to overturn the unjust and heavy sentencing of Meek and a Rally For Meek at Philadelphia’s Criminal Justice Center on 11/13/17 at 5 p.m Eastern time! Join the rally today to support Meek Mill and millions of others who are wrongly imprisoned!
Here’s a few of Meek Mill’s rap brothers showing their support:
Published By: Marcus Blueitt (Intern)