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Meek Mill Will Remain In Jail

Meek Mill's last court day did not go as he planned. Remember, the rapper has been in jail since November...

The judge over the rapper's case refuses to be touched or moved by the constant protest for the rapper to be released home. Last year, Meek was arrested for failing a drug test which violated his probation. The judge insisted the rapper was FULLY aware of his probation violations and the request for the artist to be released on bail will remain DENIED.

Hopefully the rapper and father will be able to return home to his family soon, whilefacing his two to four year sentence. 

TSR Staff: Kyle Anfernee Instagram: @Kyle.Anfernee Over the last couple of months we’ve seen many celebrities campaign for Meek Mill’s release, and from the amount of support he’s received you would think his chances of getting out would be high. Unfortunately, the judge presiding over his case shot down his plea to be released on bail. ___________________________________ According to TMZ, Genece Brinkley didn’t give an explanation as to why she’s keeping him locked up, after facing backlash left and right on social media. ___________________________________ "Defendant received proper notice of all alleged probation violations in advance of his hearing," she wrote, according to court documents. "The sentence imposed was not manifestly excessive and this Court stated sufficient reasons on the record to support a state sentence of 2 to 4 years." ___________________________________ Meek has been behind bars since November for a probation violation, and his team argues that the judges latest ruling proves once again that the Judge is holding a grudge against him. ___________________________________ Meek's lawyer, Joe Tacopina, tokd TMZ, "This ruling from Judge Genece Brinkley simply reaffirms the fact she has turned Meek Mill's case into a personal vendetta." ___________________________________ He continued, "In spite of the recommendations from the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office, which was supported by Governor Tom Wolf, the judge continues—Read More At TheShadeRoom.com

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