Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross is really in these streets rallying for Meek Mill‘s freedom. The hip-hop executive has hit up social media to reflect on Monday’s protest in support for his jailed protégé.
Yung Renzel hopped on Instagram Wednesday (November 15) to share a moment from the Philadelphia rally.
This week, buzz developed about Judge Genece Brinkley allegedly giving Meek past permission to associate with ex-felon and music manager Charlie Mack.
TMZ has obtained a court transcript in which the Assistant D.A. in Meek’s case reminded the judge that she made a big exception for Meek associating with Charlie Mack. Mack pled guilty in 1997 to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine, for which he got a 60-month sentence. As we told you, the FBI is reportedly investigating whether Judge Genece Brinkley has a connection to Mack and whether she tried to steer Meek’s business Mack’s way. (TMZ)
A few nights ago, clips emerged from fans showing their support at Meek’s Philadelphia rally.