Robert Rihmeek Williams, famous by his stage name Meek Mill might have caught a break in his probation case and subsequent prison sentence fight.
It's all because FBI is now probing the judge who threw Meek Mill back in the jail. Read the story below:
According to the New York Post, FBI is reportedly investigating Judge Genece Brinkley for the possible relationship she might have in Philly. It also includes a local music mogul she allegedly requested Meek to sign with and even the possible "extortionate demand".
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As per indicated in the report, the undercover agents are in the courtroom following Meek Mill's case since April 2016. The Philly music mogul, Charlie Mack once revealed Meek that he knew the judge and could help him to get away from the case. But later Mack denied the claim to the post.
Meek's lawyer claimed that Judge Brinkley once asked Meek to get into a remix to a Boyz II Men song and to give her a shout-out on it. Her harsh sentence is what made him shoot her down.
On Monday, Dr. J and Rick Ross went to the streets for #FreeMeekMill rally, and it looks like it is picking up steam.