The Philadelphia Eagles are supporting Meek Mill while he struggles with the justice. They chose his track called Dreams and Nightmares for their Super Bown intro today.
Meanwhile, Meek’s lawyers and his management Roc Nation are going on, and they continue to put pressure on the Philly Judge Genece Brinkley.
This was the judge who put Meek away for four years due to a parole violation.
The judge has been threatening to sue Meek and his team for defamation.
Back in November 2017, Brinkley sentenced Meek to two to four years in prison for violating the probation in a case that is more than ten years old.
The severe sentence led the likes of Rick Ross and Jay-Z to criticize the judge and the entire justice system.
Meek’s legal team recently accused the judge of inappropriate behavior, and this was because she suggested Meek that he dropped Roc Nation as his management in favor of the local music figure Charlie Mack.
They have also claimed that the judge overstepped even more by asking Meek in her private chambers and in front of Nicki Minaj who was Meek’s girlfriend at the time to record a song and give her a shout-out on the track.
Brinkley denies that this ever happened and she insists saying that she does not have a personal issue with the rapper. We have to wait a bit more and see what will happen to this case and whether Meek will be freed.