- The Philadelphia Eagles have selected Meek Mill’s track “Dreams and Nightmares” for their Super Bowl intro on Sunday in support of the incarcerated star.
- Meanwhile, the rapper’s team and his management Roc Nation are vowing to continue to put pressure on Philadelphia Judge Genece Brinkley — who jailed Meek for up to four years for a parole violation — even as she threatens to sue them for defamation.
- In November, Philly-born Meek was sentenced by Brinkley to two to four years in state prison for allegedly violating probation in a decade-old gun and drug case — despite the district attorney and his probation officer having asked for no jail time.
- Meek’s legal team has accused Brinkley of acting “inappropriately” by allegedly suggesting he drop Roc Nation as his management in favor of local music figure Charlie Mack, who repped him in his early career.
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