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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

FBI Surveils Judge Who Sentenced Meek Mill | HeyShae!

Judge Genece Brinkly is under fire by the Federal Bureau of Investigation regarding her heavy sentencing of rapper Meek Mill. Last week, Brinkley sentenced Meek Mill to two to four years for a probation violation for popping wheelies on a dirt bike in Manhattan. This sentencing came after she ignored the requests by his probation officer and the district attorney for him to receive no jail time.

The FBI is probing into Brinkley's political relationship with Charles Alston, aka Charlie Mack. Charlie Mack is an entertainment manager based in Philly who worked with Meek Mill in the early stages of his rap career. Allegedly, Brinkley asked Meek to leave Roc Nation and sign back up with Charlie Mack. He refused. Meek's attorney Joe Tacopina claimed Brinkley acted "inappropriately" by asking Meek to cover a Boyz II Men song with his former girlfriend Nicki Minaj and give her a shout-out in the lyrics.

Wow. It's clear that this woman is unabashedly biased and unprofessional. It's no wonder that undercover federal agents have been monitoring these proceedings since the spring.

Several celebrities have criticized the handling of this case and the extreme sentencing. The Philly rapper is currently in solitary confinement awaiting answers, while his fan-base has taken to the streets and to social media to protest his sentencing.



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