Nicki Minaj testifies in court for Meek Mill, says she’ll help him follow parole

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On Thursday, Nicki Minaj testified in court that she would help her boyfriend Meek Mill to follow the rules of his parole.

When the defense lawyer suggested that Minaj and Mill were seriously considering getting married, Minaj would only say that the two of them were living together, but she did admit that she had the power to influence Mill.

“She’s not going to be the one sleeping alone if he goes to jail. I am,” Minaj told the judge. “He’s not perfect, but I can’t believe how much he’s changed.”

Minaj said that she would help him to stay organized, which could alleviate some of the worries about Mill’s parole rules, as he has been accused of violating parole in 2009 by moving around his approved travel schedule.

“He doesn’t have a lot of structure. He can be irresponsible,” she said. “Since I’ve come in his life, I think I’ve been working on that a little bit. … He’s just getting accustomed to being an adult.”

In addition to structure and organization, Mill has been required to learn from etiquette, anger management and parenting classes.

However, Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley continued to threaten to send Mill to jail when the hearing resumes, saying that Mill had submitted a suspicious urine sample.