Meek Mill is currently serving 2 to 4 years in a Pennsylvania prison for violating his probation. Meek states that the judge who sentenced him was an actress that never made it and her gripe with the young rapper has to do with jealousy. The rapper also claims that the judge, Genece Brinkley, was biased during his sentencing based on her jealousy, and now he may have the proof to back up his claims.
Meek’s lawyer, Joe Tacopina, affirms the judge requested that Meek fire his management company, Roc Nation. The request, which was made in the judge’s chambers, is all on record. After asking Meek to fire Roc Nation, Judge Brinkley then requested that Meek hire Charlie Mack, a friend of hers.
Tacopina reported to TMZ that the judge called Meek and Nicki Minaj into her chambers during the same hearing. She asked Meek to remix “On Bended Knee,” a Boyz II Men classic. Judge Brinkley also requested Meek to shout her out on the record. Meek and Minaj were unaccompanied during the meeting.
A judge has ordered the release of transcripts that might prove Meek and Tacopina’s claims. If their accusations ring true, Meek will likely be released early.