Saturday, 19 January, 2019

Colin Kaepernick, Meek Mill Donate 20 G's To Philly Youth Organization

Colin Kaepernick, Meek Mill Donate 20 G's To Philly Youth Organization Colin Kaepernick, Meek Mill Donate 20 G's To Philly Youth Organization
Stacy Diaz | 31 January, 2018, 04:13

According to TMZ, Clerk Wanda Chavarria said she slipped the "Wins and Loses" rapper the note to ask him to help pay her son's college tuition at Virginia Commonwealth University.

Chavarria reportedly admitted to TMZ of slipping him the note without the judge's knowledge. Anything you can do is very much appreciated'.

"The Philadelphia courts have always prioritized fairness, impartiality and the highest ethical standards", Roberts said in a statement.

Gabriel Roberts, a spokesperson for the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania, denounced the former clerk's actions.

But, instead of reducing himself to a court official's meal ticket, the 30-year-old made a decision to give his efforts to a more worthy cause. Immediately following Mills's sentencing in November, his awyer, Joe Tacopina, appealed the motion and requested Judge Brinkley's removal from the case, alleging she was "infatuated" with the "Dreams and Nightmares" rapper.

In the weeks since, Mill's lawyers have appealed the sentence and sought to remove Brinkley from the rapper's case, which she has overseen for more than a decade since his 2007 arrest on drug and gun charges. Because Meek and Chavarria are Philly natives, she hoped that connection would help with her request. Yet on Friday, after weeks of criticism from Mill's lawyers, she unilaterally unsealed a transcript of one of those 2016 conferences in her chambers.

Contrary to what has been reported on, Judge Genece wants to distance herself from Meek's management team. The Philly-bred rapper who rose from the streets to the top of the charts and an episode with Nicki Minaj, is now serving two to four years for violating probation.

Brinkley is now under investigation for partial treatment of Mill, who remains behind bars at the State Correctional Institution in Chester, Pennsylvania.