Meek Mill has been having the roughest time in the past few weeks, and there appeared a new report that suggests something astonishing. It looks like he could have turned his luck around a while ago if he had cooperated with the authorities. Check out the details.
The Inquirer reported that Meek had the chance to expose Judge Genece Brinkley and we already know that he had a vendetta against him, according to his lawyer.
But Meek chose to do so. There was an FBI investigation that was brought against the judge back in 2016 after Meek and his legal team claimed that she had tried to extort the rapper for favors.
It seems that she even wanted Meek to include her in one of his songs by mentioning her name.
It also seems that she revoked his probation, as a result, oh Meek’s rejection.
When the investigation was still ongoing, the FBI approached Meek about wearing a wire.
He was supposed to record his conversations with the judge in an attempt to find evidence of her misconduct.
But, surprisingly, Meek refused the offer, according to the Inquirer and just a little time after this, the investigation was dropped.
It’s not very clear why the rapper refused to collaborate in such a way with the FBI, but it’s pretty clear on the other hand the fact that this could have altered his case dramatically.
The judge was a central point in Meek’s legal situation all along. Brinkley also denied his bail not once but twice in the last month. Meek Mill is currently in jail in Pennsylvania, and he has been assigned to kitchen duties.