Could A Boyz II Men Song Be The Reason Meek Mill’s Probation Was Violated


MMG rapper Meek Mill was sentenced to 2 to 4 years in prison following a probation violation. Shocking speculation surrounding the truth of Meek’s sentence have been released and it’s pretty unbelievable.

According to a statement released to by Joe Tacopina, one of the rapper’s attorneys, Meek was approached by the presiding judge who suggested the rapper create a remake of Boyz II Men’s “On Bended Knee” and give her a shout out on the track some time last year.

Meek reportedly assumed the judge’s laughter after her suggestion meant that the request was a joke until she allegedly said, “I’m not kidding.” The judge allegedly replied “Okay, suit yourself,” after Meek refused to recreate the single.

Tacopina says this incident created a bias on the judge’s behalf and played a large role in the rapper receiving such a stiff sentence. He also announced Meek Mill’s plans to appeal the sentence.

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