Rick Ross and Dr. J took to the roads Monday to get a #FreeMeekMill rally that seems like it had been picking up steam.
Meek Mill may have caught a enormous break in his probation situation and following prison sentence struggle -- 'cause the FBI is allegedly staged the judge that drove him back in prison.
Judge Genece Brinkley is allegedly being investigated by the FBI for possible connections she might possess in Philly -- adding to some neighborhood music mogul she purportedly asked Meek to register together -- and a potential "extortionate demand" ... in accordance with this New York Post.
The report agents have been in the court after the event since April 2016 of Meek, along with Meek was, allegedly told by Charlie Mack, the Philly music mogul and may assist him. That claim was refused by Mack .
As we mentioned ... Meek's attorney says Judge Brinkley also requested Meek to do a remix to a Boyz II Men song and also to provide her a shout-out onto it, also that her cruel sentence was a consequence of him shooting down her.
"Regrettably there are Black people going through exactly the exact same radicalized injustice(s) inside the justice system that Meek Mill has experienced for more than a decade EVERY SINGLE DAY," Kaep tweeted.
Colin Kaepernick will bat for Meek Mill -- stating the rapper is a victim of the same "radicalized injustice" that was screwing black men for several years.
FYI, Meek had been sentenced to 2 to 4 years in prison after a judge ruled that he violated probation stemming from a 2009 firearms and drugs case by getting busted for a St. Louis airport fight ... along with his reckless driving arrest in NYC.
Although both cases were dropped, the judge said the arrests alone were violations. Folks are mad about this ... such as Kaepernick.