Rapper Meek Mill lost his bid for a new trial on Tuesday. The troubled rapper went before his arch nemesis Judge Genece Brinkley in a Philadelphia courtroom on Tuesday.
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Controversial rapper Mook Mill made an appearance at 'The View' in New York where he pretended to care about prison reform. The rapper is enjoying fresh air after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his 2-4 year prison sentence.
Meek Mill's lawyer lashed out at the judge who sent his client to prison after she refused to step down from the case. Meek's lawyer Joe Tacopina called Judge Genece Brinkley "delusional" following the rapper's release from a Pennsylvania prison on Tuesday afternoon.
CNN anchor Don Lemon made a pilgrimage to a Pennsylvania prison to visit Robert Rihmeek Williams, aka rapper Meek Mill, who is serving 2-4 years for violating the terms of his probation. Lemon, 52, visited Williams on Friday to put some money on his books in exchange for a call-in interview.
Incarcerated rapper Meek Mill will not be released from prison on Monday. The rapper's attorney disputed Internet rumors that claimed Meek, real name Robert Rihmeek Williams, will be released following a hearing on Monday.
Rumors swirled on Twitter.com that Williams would be released from prison in time to attend the Philadelphia 76ers 1st playoff game.
It looks like rapper Meek Mill will serve out his full sentence behind bars after Judge Genece Brinkley once again denied his request for bail. Meek's chances for release on bail seemed high after evidence surfaced that his arresting officer in 2007 was suspected of corruption.
The judge who sent rapper Meek Mill packing to prison has denied his bail request. The order comes one week after Pennsylvania's Superior Court sent Meek Mill's bail request back down to the lower court to be heard by the original sentencing judge.
An appeal motion filed by rapper Meek Mill's attorneys in Pennsylvania's Superior Court was sent back to the lower court judge who sentenced the troubled rap star to prison for violating his probation.
Meek Mill's fans who believed the troubled rapper would be released from prison soon were disappointed to learn his new bail hearing was due to a clerical error.
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.