The clash between jailed rap artist, Meek Mill, and Judge Genece E. Brinkley continues after the judge sentenced the Philly rapper to 2-4 years in prison for violating probation despite the rapper’s probation officer and district attorney recommending no jail time. The ‘wrongful’ sentencing which brought out thousands to protest in Philadelphia led to a FBI investigation of Judge Brinkley.
The FBI investigation is based on the questioning of Brinkley’s integrity and if she could be counted on to determine Mill’s fate. This would stem from Brinkley allegedly asking the rapper to create a remake of a Boyz II Men song and include her name in it. It’s also rumored that Brinkley asked Mill to leave Roc Nation and join the management of her good friend, Charles “Charlie Mack” Alston, who Mill worked with earlier in his career.
Now it seems the investigation has come to a halt after Meek Mill refused to wear a wire tap to secretly tape conversations with Brinkley. The FBI has currently froze the investigation on Brinkley but the Dream Chasers rapper legal team are still working on getting him out of jail.