Genece Brinkley Meek Mill

The FBI has launched an investigation into the relationship between a rival Philadelphia music executive and the judge who sent rapper Meek Mill to prison for violating his probation.

Last Monday, Judge Genece Brinkley sentenced Mill to 2-4 years in prison following 2 arrests this year on misdemeanor charges. Both charges were dropped but Brinkley said the arrests violated the terms of his probation.

The Philadelphia FBI field office is reportedly investigating Brinkley's relationship with local music executive, Charlie Mack, who allegedly asked Mill to sign with him.

The FBI wants to know if Brinkley, 61, used her power and influence as a judge to facilitate business deals for Mack.

A source tells the NY Post Mack had previously told Meek how he "knows the judge and he could help him with his case."

The Daily Mail Online reports undercover FBI agents were in the courtroom when Judge Brinkley sent Mill to prison.

After she sentenced Mill to prison, she reportedly said, "I'll be done with you."

According to Mill's attorney Joe Pacopina, Brinkley met with Mill, 30, and his ex-girlfriend Nicki Minaj, 34, in her judge's chambers and asked him to record a Boyz II Men song and give her a shout out on the track.

When Mill laughed off her bizarre request, she allegedly replied, "suit yourself."

Meek Mill

Brinkley also allegedly asked the troubled rapper to leave his current management company -- Roc Nation -- and sign with Mack.

A rep for the FBI's Philadelphia field office refused to confirm or deny the reports. "Per Justice Department policy, we neither confirm nor deny the existence of investigations."

A petition calling for Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf to pardon Mill has collected over 300,000 signatures. But the governor's office said his hands are tied by local law.

In February 2016 Brinkley sentenced the rapper to 90 days of house arrest over another violation stemming from his 2008 arrest on drugs and gun charges.

He was also ordered to perform daily community service and was placed on parole for a further six years for a total of 10 years.

Mill is serving out his sentence at the state prison at Camp Hill, near Harrisburg, Pa., where he is known simply as inmate # ND8400.

Photos by, Ouzounova/Splash News

  • Blaque Mahogany

    I thought he was on Rick Ross' label.

    Ummm this judge is TOO old to be this dam dumb. This can't be true.

  • gail fowler

    That's what I said too myself an 8 year old showing her belly. really

  • MsPam

    Just do your time Meek, if this was a white woman he wouldn’t be saying sh:t!

  • Chicagowise

    Once you're in the system, sometimes, you are at the mercy of wolves in sheep's clothing. It's best to live a clean life. Even then, there are no guarantees.

  • HoneyyGoodMoneyy_

    that wig should have a sentence while you're at it.

  • Ms.Vanilla

    I am glad of it. I would like to know if she really sentenced him harshly just because he didn't give her a shout out.
    #to be continued.

  • We Can Do This

    Do they have Bill Duke presiding over cases now?

  • Chaseboogie The Prince

    All Meek had to do was follow the rules....

  • RaginB

    Ok he knew the terms & conditions of being on probation...blame no one but him.

  • Django the God

    Nicki man got locked up, her brother...

  • ohplease

    hmmmm...the FBI has time to investigate this BS for a self entitled jerk but won't investigate the Keneeka Jenkins death. Our judicial system is screwed up.

  • Blaque Mahogany

    Lol. Why didn't anyone tell me that Chrisette Michelle was NOW on her black power ish? LOL. I just visited her IG page. Hilarious. When c0.0.ning doesn't pay off like you hoped it would, your career dies, and you try to resurrect yourself as Angela Davis.

  • imright

    hope she looses her job

  • E-VannaRootsAllEvil

    And the fushia shirt with the red lips is a misdemeanor

  • Bonsai

    It wouldn’t have been an issue if she just kept her d*mn trap shut, but no she let her ego get the best of her by asking for a stupid shout out.

  • MookieFly

    My only question is what's with all the crumbs around Meeks mouf in the pic up top? Did he just finish a PB&J?

  • brownisback

    Damn you! For the life of me I couldn't remember who she reminded me of! Lol

  • brownisback

    Death sentence

  • Boonella

    So if Gucci can get off his papers early....why is Meek having such issues? He didn't learn when she placed him on house arrest? This is ridiculous...

  • Django the God

    The part in that wig is cocked to the side, like she just took off T.I.'s hat.

  • SaltineCrackers

    Waaaaaaiiiiiitttt! Wait. A. Minute. So the FBI has time to investigate this, but refuses to investigate the Kenneka Jenkins case? Ok.

  • the guest

    No, this is not a matter of his not following the rules. This is a matter of excessive punishment driven by personal interest and vendetta of a biased and unethical judge.

  • Desiree Edwards


  • Ang

    The punishment for a parole violation is for the underlying offense not the violation. He probably could have gotten more time. Dude thinks the rules don't apply to him.

  • Karen Brady

    Now are these the same FBI agents that were supposed to be on the hunt for Kevin Hart's extortioners?.. Ummm.. I lost a sweater that I need help finding if the FBI has so much time on their hands.

  • i troll it like i see it

    In the Kenneka Jenkins case, what do you think really happened?

  • Karen Brady

    LOL..WAIT! Of all the sandwiches.. why pb&j? Why a brother couldn't have been snackin on a grilled cheese? ijs

  • Blaque Mahogany


  • Simone

    There is that old saying Money Talks...SAD but true in many cases. Look at what happen to the boys from UCLA nothing jack shit... Let it had been me or someone less fortunate we would still be locked up.

  • Seek Truth Speak Truth

    Or Sandra Blands

  • Brit brat

    Is she the same judge that sentenced Nicki ninaj's brother!!!!

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    if she did some unjust shyt too she will be caught ... As for Meek your azz still deserve ... Should have been in jail ...

  • the guest

    Judges are human. I think the shout out was a cover for her attraction to him. The judge had a crush and felt rejected.
    But I think Meek and his attorney knew the judge liked him and thought it would work in his favor but it backfired when she felt scorned.

  • Jen_no_juice


  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    This ...???? like WTF ...

  • Ang

    It's so messed up they're trying to ruin this woman's career. I haven't heard them say she has a history of wrongdoing on the bench so this sounds weird. If the judge really was doing shady stuff all along why didn't his lawyer file to have her removed from the case or reprimanded? Rappers talk about not everything in their songs? Has he every mentioned having a shady judge (I don't know any of his music)? Why would anyone ask a rapper to record a Boyz II Men song? It sounds like Meek could have gotten probation violations long ago but kept getting passes. Didn't he leave town without permission to go to an award show once? He could've went to jail for that. Judges often do get tired of seeing the same person over and over and finally give them jail time.

  • Jen_no_juice

    Cause Meek can't stay out of trouble

  • Jen_no_juice

    He always got white ish in the corner of his mouth like his dooky stained drawls

  • brownisback

    With every cell in my body I can't stand you!

  • Rayne


  • Django the God

    Like she pulled it off, with one hand.

  • Applebootay

    Or Tupac Or Biggie's......

  • bemetoo

    The judge got a head like a dog bone.roof roof

  • Applebootay

    Both charges were dropped but Brinkley said the arrests violated the terms of his probation.

    So "dropped" charges does not mean he's innocent,so the judge used that to send him to prison for 2-4 Karma found her address quick!

  • HoneyyGoodMoneyy_

    come on wig ! im banging the gavel ok

  • HoneyyGoodMoneyy_

    lolll like ma'am where is you going ??

  • ???TheRider???

    So is this the same Charlie Mack who was first out the limo with the fresh prince & dj jazzy jeff ??

  • Oh Tommie

    I don't feel sorry for him one bit!

    What are we going to do about these white terrorists though?!

  • Karen Brady

    I heard her last week on Tom Joyner trying to spin. After watching her on R& B Divas or whatever I decided she is a little touched in the head.

  • SaltineCrackers

    At this point I believe she was probably murdered because as many stairs as she went up and down, doors she opened and closed, and the way she stumbled around, she never allowed herself to fall. That lets me know that she had enough of her facilities still intact to be able to walk into and out of a cold freezer.

    And I think whoever gave her that medication should be questioned.

  • Kayke

    For what?....what has meek done that he hasn't already served time for? You think a 10 yr probation was just?..... No one murdered, raped. No one's life changed for the worst by him.
    And then 2 more years jail time for charges that were dropped.
    I'm all for wrong doers being behind bars, but what's happening to meek cannot be justified, when rapist get 6 months probation and less.

  • MsChocCookie

    Let his funny looking, chicken stick legs rot.....

  • Kayke

    This is a little different..... This judge could have a history of misconduct and multiple people unjustly behind bars and extorted by her for her affiliates..... How many are involved? The lawsuits to follow..... Kenneka's case is very sad but the number of people affected doesn't make it priority, unfortunately.

  • Carla
  • Django the God

    I just saw a ghost.

  • Indigo

    Oy vey.. I wanna gel down her edges and give her baby hair..
    just to get rid of that forehead shine

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    Said what I said... ?

  • shun king

    his music inspires others to commit crime

  • freelancepimp .

    When I first heard of that sentence I thought it seemed like a little much for dropped charges. I didn't say anything thought cause who gives a fuh about Meek Mill.

  • Enoughsaid2020

    Not sure I believe this story, and the petition was created and started by the Governer. Too many wholes in the story. I hope the truth comes out.

  • Tammie Reed

    I cant believe her hair and edges look like that... lawd! It's like she is clean as a whistle underneath that wig, wiglet, frontal or whatever that is lol.

  • Kayke

    No more than violent movies..... Violent literature..... if people are not put on trial or held responsible for shooting guns and snapping necks in movies or directing them...or writing a horrid rape scene.....theu should not be for singing about the same subjects. You can't make that stick

  • brownisback

    1. What hair?
    2. What edges?

  • pure_rachet


  • davine puddin

    The 2008 incident was the sentencing from the crime from 2005 when he was 18 it took them 3 years. The judge also was showing up at his mandatory community service. From the initial arrest in 2005 he didn't get in trouble except breaking up a fight and doing wheelies without proper permits. I am not a thug band wagon but oh girl need to take the contacts out and get a better view on her iffy behavior

  • C Mack

    If it wasn't Meek you would have said something?

  • C Mack

    So lock up most rappers? Actors who have done violent things in movies?

  • C Mack

    Way to exit when logic comes back to bite you. Couldn't defend your point because you didn't have one. "What you said was some..."??

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    Fawk I look like defending this fool.... My comment stands.... Arguing with Someone with lack of knowledge does exactly what in life ... Don't answer !!!... You're blocked ... Take care ??

  • C Mack

    Lol you were that kid who would unplug the gaming console when you started losing. Block me lol I'm insulting you at this point for the other readers to see anyway?

  • davine puddin

    Popping hot tea that judge used to try to act she was in a movie tell my mother I love her

  • Rayne

    Exactly lol

  • KA

    The sad thing is that when you are on parole or probation it can be revoked at any time and as long as the sentences imposed are within the guidelines, it’s legit. Meek has violated his probation several times. She was kind when she gave him house arrest, and probably told him next time she would lock him up.

    Moral of the story - black men, just avoid the system period. There are rarely positive outcomes.

  • Elevated Soul

    Now if she did that,then she need to be investigated but that still does not negate the fact,that Meek broke probation.....

    Perhaps his sentence may change or be vacated because of her alleged inappropriate actions.......

  • i troll it like i see it

    That judge needs some bangs, a side swoop.

  • shun king

    yes all of that stuff contribute to violence in society

  • shun king

    i believe they should be censored...when you have really grown up in and about that life and become a grown man and have lost loved ones to somebody trying to live out rapper fantasy you will feel the same way unless you just to stupid to understand

  • ?Royalty?



    Most everybody on here are talking badly about the Judge and forgetting the hood rat Meek Mill...........Where is his hood rat momma who failed
    to get raise him and made sure he had an education!!

  • ?Royalty?


  • shun king

    he is out here preaching death and inspiring black men to commit crime and tell black to kill other black if he cant adopt to the spirit of the revolution he need to be in jail

  • shun king

    why have 300k black people got together to free a man who preaching hate killing and wild behaviors on his own race..

  • Tink Tink

    The lawyer didn't file to have her removed from the case or reprimanded because he thought her infatuation for him would work in their favor. #Fail. Now they want to use that same infatuation in which they thought would help him, to "harm" her.

  • Ang

    Yep. And that's assuming she actually is infatuated with him and they aren't just spinning her kindness as a lady ditch effort to keep him out of prison.

  • Alicia.Ashe


  • Tink Tink

    A lot of folks says that its strange that she would go to his community service among other things, but maybe she was wanting him to do good, however, he kept showing up in her courtroom. Sometimes as a parent, you have to show some tough love for someone to get it. Also, I believe her asking for a shout out in a song would have prob been a joke....but that's me.

  • Guest©

    Gemmel Moore....

  • BloodBlood

    Cause society is f ucked up!!!!

  • Ms Thang

    It's amazing how the FBI will get involved in stuff like this but wouldn't investigate the young lady found in the freezer.

  • C Mack

    You want me to clown you? Imma clown? Wassup?

  • C Mack

    I just don't understand what I did to you?

  • SaltineCrackers

    I have a lot of faith in her Mother and the black online community to continue with the work that's already been done. It won't be easy, but I really believe Kenneka will get justice.

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    I see he's stilly p ussy ing up about those lil two years he so deserved to get. Bro, you violated your probation time again with no repercussions til now.

  • YellowSauce

    no "group" cares about one person ...
    there is always something else that matters if they do ...
    america was never great ( an ORIGINAL quote from ronald reagan NOT trump ) nor is the rest of the world ...humans are barbaric and savage no matter what clothes are being worn ... also most offenses are done in plain sight ....

  • Ang

    If he had turned his life around people would be commending the judge for checking on him at community service saying it shows she was invested in seeing a positive change a brother's life. I read he never finished that service. People don't know what they want. Everyone always wants more black people in high positions. Everyone wants black people in the justice system to get breaks. Now, a black judge gave him several chances, she checked up on him personally and now they're ruining her life. We don't know what his attitude in these last court appearances has been. Sometimes people in trouble give off an attitude like it's no big deal and a person shows them it is. It happened to my cousin.

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    I agree with you. They're not involved in this either. Someone probably filed a grievance with the court and that's it. Meek's team can appeal this. Aint no FBI getting involved in this mess cuz he's some regional rapper that used to get leaky Nikki kinda wetter.

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    Somewhere stuntin' on her friends with all the ish her son bought her with his ill gotten gains. That's mama baby...til he can't buy her ish else.

  • SaltineCrackers

    I understand your point, but the FBI, at the very least could be looking into this case to determine wether or not the hotel is allowing the sex trafficking of minors on their premises.

  • dontgetblocked

    I should have known she was black. That's why the FBI got involved. Meek out here having his boys jumping people and Twitter beefing and he's scared of a little jail time. Puhlease. If that nygga don't go ahead and man up. Drake has bigger balls than this wonder Nicki dumped him.

  • Faux Gibbler

    I told y'all this was f*d up when he got sentenced.

  • Faux Gibbler

    Ain't got nothing to do with her being black - it's got everything to do with her abusing her power to put another black man in the system for an arrest that was dropped.

  • Faux Gibbler

    Crazy azz judge showing up at his community service

    Brinkley also reminded Mill of the night she actually tried to verify that he was feeding the homeless, part of the community service she ordered. She went to a Center City soup kitchen run by the Broad Street Ministry – and found him instead sorting clothes.

    “It was only when you realized that I came there to check on you that you decided to serve meals,” Brinkley told the rapper.

  • davine puddin

    July of 2015 I ate at broad st ministry a few times there food is good...they have a service that offer mail service. The mail service is what they do the food is extra bonus...they are not a soup kitchen but a charity to offer mail service to the homeless and area hotel and chefs and students volunteer
    .they don't really offer clothes...when I was sick in hospital i had my mail delivered there...i was in hospital for a month and lost everything. If it wasn't for broad street ministry I wouldn't have had my birth driver license new bank cards

  • Tammie Reed


  • Chaseboogie The Prince

    Had he followed his probation, she would not have had anything to use against him. This isn't even the first time he broke probation.

  • anjanette b


  • Kayke

    Who says they are not? That's not an announcement you make if you want to gather real evidence. Just like the FBI has been in this judge's courtroom watching her since last year and it's just becoming public.
    Bringing someone to justice for Kenneka in the justice system where corrupt Judge's preside, is not a benefit. Even if they find someone to blame, they may ultimately go unpunished if a "pay for play" judge presides. I see the urgency in fixing this.

  • Jefferey Franklin

    So his actions don't speak louder then his words? You are endorsing corruption just to hate on a man who is ideally doing more for black youth directly this year alone then anything you've done your whole life? Stop hating, get off your high horse and try to look at the bigger picture. This platform can be used to help black men in general who are going through this same thing.

  • Zeta Phi Beta 1920

    Is this a scene from POWER?
    How tacky.

  • Youngblood


  • Youngblood


  • what?why

    Investigate all you want but he broke probation, not once but several times. He should of been locked up long ago.

  • Doink_Ahanahue

    THANK YOU!!!

  • Doink_Ahanahue

    Uh, rather FOR VIOLATING HIS PROBATION. You aren't put on probation because of color, but because of breaking the law. They have given him more breaks than most black men will ever get. Color aside, he has squandered every opportunity and now doesn't want to sleep in the bed he made for himself.


    The probation was an insane amount of time but there is no checks and balances with judges. Thats what everyone with sense has been saying for a while now about Judges.
    Some are so political .

  • Bea Mack, Pro-BLACK

    They should start with the investigation of that wig a top her dome

  • Dowoop

    If what Sandra wrote is correct then that is how he ended up with such a long probation. He was given probation instead of jail time multiple times. He has nobody but himself to blame.

  • Dowoop

    If he is let out on probation again, how much do u want to be he will be arrested again?

  • Dowoop

    I think its more like Meek is not a person worthy of getting behind for him. I know i pick and choose the causes i get behind. Just because you are black does not mean i have to advocate for you, especially when you make stupid choices.

  • C Mack

    I totally agree. Thanks for responding?

  • Dowoop

    That i agree with. If someone sings about violence you have to be a jackass to make you want to go and do that. I like some of Meek's songs but not once have i thought of shooting someone (theres some people id like to see dead but i have common sense)

  • Ramcamedd


  • Lady_Elle

    So how many people thick Nicki gonna say...
    "I don't recall the judge saying that to Meek..."
    Hmmmm you better go BEG Nicki to help your silly azz!

  • Applebootay

    Kalief Browder....his story has forever changed my life.

  • Guest©

    Omg, I can't even go there right now. It hurts??

  • Unhappy American

    They should investigate Tha whole in_justice system. I've been fighting for A REAL job for about 20years due to a old ass assault felony from 96 of course NO One was killed Tha way I've had to continue to pay for this my whole life I should have killed someone but no ....even after doing time paid ALL fines only thing they see is felony. SMH ?

  • Ebony N’ Sweet

    FBI only investigates black Judges... Why don't they investigate the White judges that be giving rapist 3 month prison sentences? They don't like Black people with power.

  • shun king

    you are a fool if you think that people dont get killed behind that music and a few coats and backpack not shyt compared to one death...

  • Dainese

    If it's not a conviction, does it still qualify as a violation?

    Does dismissed mean the removal of consideration for a violation?

  • Faux Gibbler

    I guess it's normal for judges to ask defendants to shout out their names in Boyz II Men songs too.

  • Doink_Ahanahue

    Of course not, but that doesn't change or nullify the fact that his jail time is very much earned and deserved.

  • LordeAmbler

    Nah he body shamed her. Hell no I wouldnt remember.

  • Starsky Willows

    Oooooo this reminds me of the Netflix series Luke cage, the corrupt woman who used her nephew for profitable gain. Once he was no longer useful she finished him.