Meek Mill was put in a very interesting position while sitting in prison.
Reports had previously stated that the FBI had opened up an investigation against Judge Genece Brinkley following allegations that she was acting inappropriately towards Meek by asking him for requests such as asking him to switch managers to a friend or asking for a shout out in a song.
According to Philly.com, the Philadelphia rapper “pressed the FBI to investigate the judge who had repeatedly concluded that he had violated the terms of his probation.”
Agents wanted the rapper to surreptitiously record conversations with Brinkley, who he alleged had tried to extort favors from him in exchange for leniency, the sources say.
But Mill refused – and the inquiry faded away.
Ther eis corrently no active investigation into the judge. After being denied bail by the same judge they are looking at next steps to overturn the 2-to-4 year sentence with an appeal.