A New Day: Meek Mill granted bail hearing in probation violation sentence


Meek Mill will have a new day in court.

In a little more than a week since receiving a 2 to 4 year jail sentence for violating the terms of his 12-year probation with consecutive arrest, the 30-year-old Hip-Hop hot boy has been granted a bail hearing in his appeal case.

Per reports, Meek—who’s been deemed a “victim of his celebrity,” and has been said to have suffered the adverse effects of being locked in solitary confinement, in effort to protect him from other inmates, during his imprisonment—will appear in front of Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge Genece Brinkley at 9 A.M. on November 27th.

Meek Mill bail hearing

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As previously reported on Cheekywiki, judge Brinkley’s “unjust” sentencing of Meek Mill has sparked a nationwide outbreak of protests and demands, seeking a re-evaluation of the “I’m A Boss” spitter’s case.

Legal reps for Meek have accused the courtroom official of having a personal vendetta against the rapper; thus, have called for her immediate recusal.

On Friday, Jay-Z sophisticatedly trolled the criminal justice system in America for “stalking” people like his “R.I.C.O,” rhyming homie, and demanded the culture “fight” for a reinstitution of fairness within the legal structure.


By: Asia Grace

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