Meek Mill Sentenced to Two-to-Four Years in Prison Following a 2009 Gun and Drug Case

Meek MillMeek Mill has been sentenced to two to four years in jail following a 2009 gun and drug case. The rapper was sentenced by a Philadelphia judge to violate his probation on Monday.

Mill, born Robert Williams, was arrested two times earlier in the year for a fight in an airport at St. Louis and the other for blindfold driving in New York City.

The 30-year-old rapper has been dealing with Common Pleas Judge Genece E. Brinkley, who has previously overseen matters relating to Meek Mill’s probation, for nearly a decade now.

“I’ve been trying to help you since 2009,” Brinkley said. “You basically thumbed your nose at me.”

The rapper avowed the terms and conditions of the violations and seemed jail time would end his musical career, “I may have made a mistake but I never had the intention of disrespecting you.”

Brinkley, 61, ordered Mill straight away taken into custody sentencing him to two to four years in a state prison. Mill tried to convince the judge, pleading for mercy before he was sentenced.

Brian McMonagle, Mill’s lawyer, also supplicates the prosecutor’s recommendation for not to sentenced again. Mill vacated his pocket, removed his golden hand watch, jewelry and gave it to his lawyer after Monday’s hearing.

Mill was arrested on Monday and immediately sentenced to prison. Moreover, “All Eyes on You” singer was twice arrested this year and went into treatment for addiction.

Meek Mill born in South Philadelphia on May 6, 1987. Meek’s father was killed when Meek was five. He grew up with full of sorrows and poverty. Mill’s musical career was influenced by the independent hip-hop artists Chic Raw and Vodka.

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