Meek Mill Addresses Why Some Of His Old Affiliates Aren’t With Him
In April, the Supreme Court Of Pennsylvania overruled Judge Genece Brinkley and allowed Meek Mill to post bail as he appeals his 2-4 year sentence for probation violations on the grounds that the police officer who first arrested him over a decade ago was on a list of dirty cops compiled by the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office.
Since getting out of prison, Meek’s crew has been lighter than it was before he was locked up.
He explained why in an Instagram post this afternoon.
“If you don’t see em around me don’t ask me about em! That mean something going on and most likely it’s about some money or something or something I didn’t do for them,” Meek wrote.
What do you think about Mill’s Father’s Day message?
Meek does need to be careful with those he associates with, money reasons or otherwise. The PA Supreme Court also ruled that Brinkley, who Meek alleges has a vendetta against him, will remain on his criminal case as he goes through the appeal process.