Meek Mill's trial judge did not suggest firing his management team

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The 30-year-old artist, real name Robert Rihmeek Williams, just can't catch a break, can he?

Chavarria told TMZ that Mill never replied to her note.

The judge was unaware of the request and Meek Mills did not donate any money to the clerk's son tuition. "Unfortunately with my bad credit, I am unable to secure a loan or co-sign for my son", she wrote.

Wanda Chavarria was serving as the clerk for Judge Genece Brinkley at the time of the incident. "Anything that you can do is very much appreciated".

The conversation was said to have taken place in chambers, on the record, and last week (ends26Jan18), another judge ruled the transcript of the hearing should be released to determine if Brinkley showed any signs of inappropriate judicial conduct.

Kaepernick goes on to say he's matching Meek's $10,000 pledge to Philadelphia's Youth Service Inc. with $10,000 of his own.

Key documents regarding a conversation rapper Meek Mill had with the judge overseeing his probation violation case have reportedly failed to prove the defence team's allegations of bias.

The officer is reported as saying, "What I like about Charlie, he is not invested in Meek Mills (sic)".

Meek has been on probation for almost 10 years, according to CNN.and his recent arrest and sentencing sparked outrage leading to a debate about criminal justice.

Following his arrest, hip hop legend Jay-Z slammed the judiciary system in a Facebook post. Rather than separate themselves from Meek, celebrities have embraced him and championed his cause, while Mill has stayed true to his community-improvement focus.

Meek's lawyer is adamant that the judge is both prejudiced and unfair in her treatment towards him.

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