Can't say we didn't see it coming. Meek Mill has been sentenced to 2-4 years in prison by a Philadelphia judge for violating the terms of his parole stemming from his 2009 case for drugs and weapons possession. The name of the Judge who passed the sentence; Judge Genece E. Brinkley.
Original story published Nov. 2
Meek Mill will be returning to court on Monday for probation violations in his drugs and weapons case. The 30-year old philly rapper was arrested in March for fighting at a St. Louis airport and was arrested again in August for recklessly driving his motorcycle in New York City.
The rapper already copped a plea in the above mentioned cases.
TMZ reports that the judge handling Meek's drug & weapons case made it clear that "One false move and he'll drop the hammer on Meek."
Meek Mill's history of violating probations go as far back as 2015 when he left Pennsylvania for a gig without the Court's approval and the judge had to put him on house arrest.
If found guilty, Meek could spend around 2 years in prison.