Meek Mill fights to have judge removed from case

Mill's attorney, Joe Tacopina, says the fight for rapper's freedom isn't over quite yet

Meek Mill wants the judge who sentenced him to two to four years in prison for violating parole off of his case, claiming that she has it out for him.

Mill’s attorney, Joe Tacopina, reportedly told TMZ that he will be filing a motion to get the judge to remove herself from the case and will also be filing an official complaint with the judicial conduct board.

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TMZ also reported that the Judge Genece Brinkley had a beef with Mill because he wouldn’t do a shout out to her in the middle of a suggested Boyz II Men remake.

Mill will also be applying to the Pennsylvania’s Board of Pardons, though since that process can take years, that might not help him quickly enough.

Fans have also circulated a petition calling on Governor Tom Wolf to have the “unjust prison sentence remedied,” but a spokesperson for the governor admitted that his hands were tied by state law.