Z Speaks On Meek Mill Prison Sentence "It's Unjust"

Z Speaks On Meek Mill Prison Sentence

Z Speaks On Meek Mill Prison Sentence "It's Unjust"

Judge Genece E. Brinkley, who has overseen Meek Mill's case since he was known by his given name, Robert Rahmeek Williams, scolded the rapper in court on Monday for the violations, which stemmed from a 2008 conviction.

The judge said the musician would serve his sentence in state prison. He was also arrested this year in New York City for reckless driving.

However, Mill's plea did not make the judge change her decision and she ordered him to be taken into custody. Another really credible example is she stopped him for violation of probation was when he went to Atlanta for a rehabilitation clinic, without her approval she said. In 2008, he was convicted on those charges and spent almost a year in prison. He spent a few months in jail and was released early. According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, those charges were dropped after the MMG star agreed to do community service for the Veterans Association in Philadelphia.

The original charges are almost a decade-old but the judge explained that despite her consistent efforts to help Meek, he has done whatever he wants. Meek reportedly smirked after her comments, where the judge replied "I'm serious".


So to recap: Meek committed a somewhat serious crime in 2008, then a series of minor offenses (sometimes purely bureaucratic) in the years that followed, which pissed off a judge enough to "earn him" years in prison.

Mill has been on probation since a 2009 drug and gun case.

Meek Mill's lawyer say they'll appeal against the sentencing. Oftentimes, those campaigns are silly and ill-informed.

A number of celebrities have reacted to Meek Mill's prison sentence on social media, including Jay-Z and Kevin Hart.

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