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Meek Mill Calls Into Philly Rally Straight From Jail


Meek Mill speaks 2 rally crowd on phone from prison


MEEK MILL MAY GET A BREAK, JUDGE ORDERED TO MAKE BAIL RULING Meek Mill remains in prison after his emergency bail request was denied by a judge.

The “Dreams & Nightmares” rapper got the bad news on Monday that his bail was denied by his probation judge Genece Brinkley, according to TMZ. Last month, the Pennsylvania Superior Court rejected Meek Mill’s bail petition and ordered the presiding judge to make a formal ruling on his emergency bail request. There has also been widespread condemnation for the judge who handed down the heavy-handed sentencing last month, but she is unmoved.

Judge Brinkley argued in her legal docs that Meek Mill is a danger to the community and is a flight risk. She also suggests that his urine test may have been tainted because he may have flushed his system with “Fast Flush.” His attorney is once again furious with the judges ruling and vows to continue to fight for the rapper’s freedom. His lead attorney, Joe Tacopina, says that the judge’s ruling “continues her long pattern of unfair treatment.” He also indicates the he will be appealing the judge’s decision not to grant his client bail.

Meek Mill, whose real name is Robert Williams, is currently serving 2-4 years in a state prison for probation violation. He has been getting a lot of support from the general public and fellow celebrities including his rival Drake and The Game, as well as, other celebrities closer to him like JAY-Z and Rick Ross. Reverend Al Sharpton and Colin Kaepernick have also thrown their support behind the #FreeMeekMill movement.

JAY-Z penned an op-ed in the New York Times last month where he blasts the justice system for its years of mass incarceration of young black men. He argued that Meek Mill is just the latest victim of a system notorious for oppressing people of color. Last weekend, Hov played Meek’s single “Dreams & Nightmares” at his “4:44 Tour” stop in Philadelphia. He also spoke briefly about the Maybach Music Group rapper’s incarceration.


Drake Says "Free Meek Mill" During Concert In Australia (Video)

Meek Mill may get some reprieve as pressure mounts on the judge to make a ruling on his bail petition.
The Dreamchasers rapper, whose real name is Robert Williams, is currently serving 2-4 years in a Pennsylvania prison for probation violation. The sentencing handed down by Judge Genece Brinkley has been widely criticized by the rapper’s fans and his celebrity peers including JAY-Z and civil rights leader Reverend Al Sharpton. Meek’s attorneys have been fighting for his release since his sentence commence earlier this month and so far there is no breakthrough.
Meek Mill’s attorney filed a motion in the Pennsylvania Superior Court to have him release on an emergency bail. The High Court denied the motion but ruled that judge Genece Brinkley should hand down a ruling on his emergency bail application. Meek’s representative, Jordan Siev, told TMZthat the ruling a legal victory for the rapper and vowed to continue fighting for his freedom. “We’re pleased that the Superior Court took immediate action to direct the Court of Common Pleas to decide on the application for bail without further delay,” Siev said. “We remain hopeful that Mr. Williams will be promptly released on bail.”

A bail hearing was originally scheduled for November 27th but was canceled by Judge Brinkley canceled who said it was set due to an administrative error. Meek Mill’s legal team also filed a motion to have her removed from the case arguing that she is tainted and carrying a grudge for the MC who is from the same part of Philly that she is from. If the judge denied his emergency bail then that narrows down Meek Mill’s legal option to get out of prison and will likely have to serve his 2+ years before ever tasting freedom again.
Prior to his prison stint, the MMG rapper was working on his upcoming album DC5.


Meek Mill's Request To Be Moved From Solitary Confinement To General Population Granted

Count Drake among the many celebrities that are wishing Meek Mill well.

The OVO Sound head honcho is currently on the Australian leg of his "The Boy Meets World Tour." During a stop in Melbourne on Saturday, November, 18, Drizzy spotted a fan wearing a "Free Meek Mill" t-shirt.

“I see you got the ‘Free Meek Mill’ T-shirt,” he said. “Free Meek Mill, too, man. For real. You right.”

Drake and his Philadelphia counterpart have famously feuded in the past, but that appears to be over.

Meek is currently serving a 2-4 year prison sentence for violating his probation.


Judge who sent Meek Mill to prison being investigated by FBI

Meek Mill is now out of solitary confinement, where he was being held in his cell for 23 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The move comes just days after the 30-year old Philadelphia rapper, real name Robert Williams, made the request to be let out via his lawyers.

He has been moved from Camp Hill state prison to the State Correctional Institution in Chester, Pennsylvania, according to TMZ

Meek is now in general population where he wanted to be.

The "Dreams and Nightmares" Intro hit maker also has a lot more freedom. He can go to the yard in the morning and afternoon, where he can go for a jog or play basketball.

In addition, Meek has gym privileges and is allowed to go to the library. He can read there or check out books to peruse in his cell. 

He's allowed to choose between two jobs. Either cleaning cells or cooking. Both pay 19 cents an hour.


Petition Started Asking Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf To Reevaluate Meek Mill's Prison Sentence

The FBI is reportedly investigating the judge who sentenced Meek Mill to prison for two to four years over parole violations.

The New York Post reported that Judge Genece Brinkley is being investigated for a possible “extortionate demand” as well as for a music mogul that she allegedly asked Mill to sign with.

The report claims that undercover agents attached to Mill’s case since April 2016 were aware of Philadelphia music mogul Charlie Mack suggesting to Mill that he could help with the case because he knew the judge.

Mack has since denied that claim.

Meek’s lawyer has also claimed that the judge asked him to remix a Boyz II Men song with a shout-out to her in it, but he refused. Mill’s lawyer has since claimed that the overly harsh sentence is a result of that rejection.

But with the FBI investigating, it looks like Mill might just get a break.


JAY-Z Calls Meek Mill's Prison Sentence "Unjust And Heavy Handed," Vows Support

A petition has been started calling for Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf to reevaluate Meek Mill's prison sentence.

"Meek Mill has been a powerful voice in the community for our youth," the petition reads. "He has made positive contributions to many communities and programs, dedicating time and money to the cultivation of our youth and neighborhoods; even through his own adversities. He has continued to be dedicated and shown an immaculate work ethic, even at times when the system tried to prevent him from being able to tour, which is how he makes a living.

"This petition is designed to show the amount of people who believe that the punishment was harsh and that him being imprisoned will be a disservice to the youth and community at large. We humbly ask for your reconsideration of his sentence."

As we previously reported, Philadelphia Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley gave Meek a 2-4 year prison sentence on Monday, November 6, for violating his probation, stemming from a 2009 drug and gun conviction.

The petition currently has over 58,000 signatures as of this afternoon. If you're interested in signing it go here


Did judge give Meek Mill tough prison sentence over petty vendetta?

JAY-Z is vowing to support Meek Mill in the wake of the rapper being sentenced to 2-4 years in prison for violating his parole, stemming from a 2009 drug and gun conviction.

“The sentence handed down by the Judge — against the recommendation of the Assistant District Attorney and Probation Officer — is unjust and heavy handed,” Jay wrote on Facebook Monday, November 6. “We will always stand by and support Meek Mill, both as he attempts to right this wrongful sentence and then in returning to his musical career.”

JAY's Roc Nation Management guides the "I'ma Boss" hit maker's career.

Prior to Monday's sentencing, Meek born, Robert Williams, asked Common Pleas Court Judge Genece E. Brinkley for leniency.

“I’m human. I’m not perfect,” he told Brinkley, according to the Philadelphia Enquirer. “I’m asking for mercy. You gave me the ladder to do what I have to do to prevail in my struggle. I made it this far, I can’t really go back and start over.”

The plea fell on deaf ears as Brinkley told Meek that he had run out of chances.

“I gave you break after break, and you basically just thumbed your nose at this court," she said.

The 61-year old judge based her decision on Meek getting arrested twice earlier this year.


Meek Mill Arrested In NYC, Charged With Reckless Endangerment For Motorcycle Stunts Did judge give Meek Mill tough prison sentence over petty vendetta? entertainment 1x1.trans

A Philadelphia judge’s decision to send Meek Mill to prison over probation violations may have been personal, at least according to the rapper’s attorney.

Joe Tacopina, who represents Meek, real name Robert Rihmeek Williams, told TMZ that he believes the judge’s harsh ruling stems from a long-standing vendetta.

Judge Genece Brinkley and Meek, he says, are supposedly from the same neighborhood and know some of the same people. Last year during a meeting in her chambers, Tacopina claims Brinkley suggested that Meek do a remake of Boyz II Men’s “On Bended Knee” and give her a shout out on the song.

Meek, he says, took the judge’s request as a joke and laughed it off, however, Judge Brinkley allegedly said “I’m not kidding.” But when Meek declined, she replied, “Okay, suit yourself.”

Despite that the fact that a prosecutor and Meek’s defense team recommended that Meek not be imprisoned over his probation violations–arguing that he has been clean and has grown as a person since his original crime–Brinkley handed down her tough ruling.

The judge said that the prosecutor was too new to the case to understand how Mill just “does what he wants.”

“I’ve been trying to help you since 2009,” Brinkley told Meek during her court ruling. “You basically thumbed your nose at me.”

Meek’s attorney believes that the judge showed clear bias and says they plan to appeal.



Meek Mill is currently locked up in a New York City jail for allegedly pulling stunts on a motorcycle Thursday night, August 17.

TMZ reports that the 30-year old Philadelphia rapper, real name Robert Williams, was picked up at 10:16 PM by police responding to a 911 call, reporting a group of people popping wheelies and riding recklessly.

Authorities were able to identify Meek via social media posts because he was riding without a helmet.

He's been charged with reckless endangerment.


Nicki Minaj SPEAKS OUT On Meek Mill Jumping Her EX {VIDEO} Who Is She SIDING WITH ON THIS ONE?

Nicki Minaj has just been BLASTED. Yesterday, Nicki – in response to Jay Z’s APOLOGY ALBUM to Beyonce, threw SHOTS at Meek Mill. She didn’t mention him by name, but it was clearly aimed at him.

Well Meek responded – and he DRAGGED THE HECK out of Nicki:


Safaree Challenges Meek Mill To Fight 1-On-1 After Allegedly Getting Jumped By The Dreamchasers (Video)

Here is a screenshot that allegedly shows Nicki Minaj’s take on the JUMPING of Safaree Samuels (her ex) – by Meek Mill (also her ex).

The screenshot shows that Nicki “liked” an Instagram comment this morning – which was NOT in Meek’s favor. Look . . .

Is there a possibility of Nicki and Safaree getting back together???


The beef between Nicki Minaj's ex-boyfriend's Meek Mill and Safareee Samuels has been turned up a notch, following a fight outside of a DJ Khaled BET Awards party in West Hollywood on Friday, June 23.

The incident happened as the two men arrived at Penthouse within minutes of each other. Safaree was standing on the sidewalk when Meek's black SUV pulled up.

Within seconds Safaree was being attacked/chased by 2 men, who were allegedly part of The Dreamchasers. Meek doesn't directly participate in the fight.

Safaree later made a video. In it, he calls Meek a "p*ssy" and challenges him to fight one-on-one. Watch the madness above and below.

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Comment by Mr. Johnson on November 30, 2017 at 7:35am
Al Sharpton advocates for rappers now? What about the countless black men before Meek Mills? Negro please.
Comment by Smoochez To-you-too on November 12, 2017 at 12:25am
If the Prosecuting Attorney , the District Attorney and his attorney say that Meek Mill should NOT be put in jail. Then the judge is wrong. This has to be personal.This extreme sentence is being used to set an example.
Comment by team-night-vision-surverillance on November 10, 2017 at 11:20am
That good 4 this hard headed boy he deserves it.he put himself in it just like a regular person who was in same situation would have to do they time he has to do the same he ain't special he actually like a special ed child no one is above the law even him and his money what he should have done was stay out of trouble and away from police officer while on probation just like a regular joe I have no time to feel sorry his bread butter already
Comment by mr1stroke on November 9, 2017 at 2:09pm

this is why we have so many problems in the black community, either they are making excuses for their nonsense, or they are too busy forgiving people to make the same mistakes over and over, he is smoking weed as we speak, if a negro is not retarded you have the opportunity to shoot straight to the top, at what point you ask your self which is more important and beautiful, success and freedom, or smoking weed? but than again niggers only know how to destroy instead of building

Comment by mr1stroke on November 9, 2017 at 2:06pm

i dont see any one signing petition for the common man who has kids to take care but throwing in jail for one mistakes, but than again 90% of the public is retarded idiots who have no business will make it their business to sign that petition, Jay Z has enough money and connection, buy off the judge and prosecutors and set him free, how come no one raise hell when he was violating his probation, where was Jay Z then, the law is the law

Comment by greenstreet58 on November 9, 2017 at 11:21am
I don’t feel sorry for him in no way at all
Comment by Joe Rhino on November 9, 2017 at 11:17am

Perhaps doing time will give MM the opportunity to realize how his hypocr has put him in a dark place. Unfortunately or fortunately, all his words will be tested within those walls whether he is a phony or true.

Comment by mr1stroke on November 8, 2017 at 9:31am
And when exactly that revolution will begins, who will lead that revolution? Negros are so useless they cant even take a day off work to march to capital hill and make demands to thay crooked government like every one else are doing, they are so lazy they are waiting for someone to do for them, they so ignorant they too busy buying iphones for $1000 they will be the first at the mall to spend their money this black friday and the rest of the holiday seasons, they dont believe in boycott, what they are dying to spend money on thinking its a deal, im buying cheaper than that in the middle of july, now lets see how retarded and weak niggers are, if you boycott you put them in the red, all those inventories must be liquidate, what do you think they will do when ever we come to a solution, they have no choice but to drop the prices quicker than they think, which means you control the market, dumb asses all that stuff you people are saying have been said since we were kids, that old system dont work no more why not try something new, niggers wont change, talking about uplifting while they are busy hating and killing each othet, stop the nonsense fancy talks, let the niggers be niggers but wait am i crazy or just bashing, let sit and watch the next negro nonsense before the year is over
Comment by Jacks88fingers on November 8, 2017 at 9:13am
Why not lift each other up; inspire young black men to be powerful, use that platform to speak highly of one another, our ancestors died fleeing their oppressors only to have black men oppress each other. Mental chains do not floss like Platinum and diamonds around around their necks. When the Revolution starts we can not save them all. TRUTH!
Comment by mr1stroke on November 7, 2017 at 1:04pm

dumb niggers, i just dont get it negros are crying how the justice system is not fair fut those same niggers are out there breaking those same laws that are not fair to them, sounds like a slave to me, how are you on probation but smoking everyday, but dumb enough to fail a drug test, do you have to smoke, couldnt you clean your system? i mean is it a cursed for niggers to be that retarded, by the way there is a difference between a n***** and a black man, for those of you who are so educated should already know and if you know the difference as a person of color it is a shame






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