Meek Mill’s lawyer has come out with a few words regarding his ongoing court case.
As most know by now, Meek Mill was sentenced to a minimum of 2 years jail time after violating his probation. He was originally caught up in a drug and gun case in 2008, and has had two incidents since then. In March he was arrested for a fight in an airport, and in August was caught for reckless driving in NYC.
Both of those charges have since been dropped, but Judge Brinkley ruled that those two incidents were violations of his probation. Joe Tacopina, Meek’s lawyer, came out with a few words that were said by the judge in the ruling of Meek’s sentencing.
Judge Brinkley asked Meek to make a remake of “On Bended Knee” by Boyz II Men, the popular R&B group. Meek reportedly smirked after her comments, where the judge replied “I’m serious”. Meek then denied her awkward request, then Judge Brinkley reportedly said “okay, suit yourself.” It is uncertain if this was a leading cause in his sentencing, but it may give way to a corrupted case. Both of Meek’s attorney’s plan to appeal his jail sentencing in the near future. Stay tuned as we get more updates on Meek Mill’s court case.