Meek Mill's Bail Request Denied By Superior Court

Postado Dezembro 01, 2017

Meek Mill's legal team has filed an emergency motion to get him out of prison on bail. So to show support, Joel and 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin, made a decision to pay a visit to Meek's facility last Friday, and according to one Sixers source, "They really lifted Meek's spirits".

Unfortunately, not much else is known about their conversation or visit, but it's just nice to see these guys sticking by Meek's side in this trying time.

(Radio.com) Meek Mill has shared a love story in his latest music video, "Fall Thru".

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But the Superior Court judges declined to grant Meek's bail request, explaining the matter should "first be presented to the lower court", while ordering Judge Brinkley to rule on the outstanding issues "without further delay".

Mill's team is claiming they were forced to go to higher-level help after Judge Genece Brinkle, the judge who sentenced the rapper to 2-4 years in prison, refused to respond to multiple appeals they submitted already. But unfortunately, things are going Meek's way and it doesn't look like he'll be getting out anytime soon. Check out Meek's latest, which contains explicit lyrics, here.