Meek Mill has been incarcerated since last November, after Judge Genece Brinkley sentenced the Philly rapper to two to four years in prison for another probation violation.
The case has grown increasingly complicated since Meek’s legal team accused Brinkley inappropriate conduct, which includes the notion Brinkley has been urging Meek to ditch Roc Nation management in favor Meek’s former manager, Charlie Mack.
Despite all the twists and turns in his case, one Meek’s attorneys, Jordan W. Siev, appears confident Meek is in a good space.
During an exclusive interview with HipHopDX, Siev touched on how Meek was holding up after nearly three months in prison.
“He’s doing as well as can be expected,” Siev told DX. “He appreciates all the support, and he’s really excited how the Eagles are adopting his music for the Super Bowl. He’s been in jail almost 90 days on this crazy deal.”
The Philadelphia Eagles, who play the New England Patriots during the Super Bowl LII on Sunday (February 5), bumped Meeks Dreams and Nightmares track ahead their championship game against the Minnesota Vikings on January 21. It has since become the teams unficial anthem.
Siev remains optimistic. He added, “We’re hopeful he’s going to be released soon but there’s no timeline. We’re certainly pursuing every legal action available in court. We’re hopeful he’ll be out soon.”
While the Wins & Losses mastermind is definitely experiencing a setback right now, he’s received endless support from his fans and peers. JAY-Z has been especially vocal about Meek’s situation and penned an op-ed for The New York Times bemoaning the judge’s sentence.
In addition to seemingly endless social media support and rallies held in his honor, he’s received visits from Rev. Al Sharpton, activist/former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and, most recently, NBA player James Harden.