Ain’t No Snitch, Bih: Meek Mill reportedly refused to wear FBI wire to finger “unjust” judge

Meek Mill’s been called a number of things throughout his tumultuous rap career, but an informant for the feds ain’t one!


Per freshly filed legal documents, issued to the courts by lawyers for Hip-Hop’s Wins & Losses lyricist on Monday, a FBI investigation into Philadelphia Judge Genece E. Brinkley—the courtroom commander accused of “unjustly” punishing Meek with a 2-4 year prison sentence for probation violation—was fully underway in 2016, until the rapper stopped cooperating with the authorities.

In the official papers, obtained by, it was revealed that the 30-year-old “Whatever You Want” spitter, last year, urged the feds to investigate Judge Genece’s excessively punitive ruling in his cases, after he rebuffed her requests for a series of outlandish favors.

As previously reported on Cheekywiki, the judge allegedly asked Meek to sign a management deal with her associate, Charles “Charlie Mack” Alston, and to remix a Boyz II Men song, giving her a shout out on the track…


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In effort to capture her supposed nonsense on tape, the FBI reportedly suggested the “All Eyes On You” emcee sneakily wear a hidden recording device during a meeting with the judge. However, Meek refuse to strap on the wire, virtually deading the federal investigation, indefinitely.


Although the investigation is on a hard pause, attorneys for Nicki Minaj’s MMG reppin’ ex-boo are now arguing that Judge Genece’s mere knowledge of the FBI’s 2016 inquiry should promote her to recuse herself form Meek’s case.

“The existence of a federal investigation involving Judge Brinkley’s conduct regarding Mr. Williams, combined with Judge Brinkley’s awareness of that investigation, raises further doubt as to her ability to preside impartially,” their motion said.

Meek Mill—whose request for bail was recently denied by Judge Genece—is currently serving out his sentence in a Pennsylvania penitentiary.

The “Lord Knows” rhymer is said to be keeping busy behind bars, cheerfully cooking, cleaning, and serving his fellow inmates for a meager 19 cents an hour.


By: Asia Grace

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