Meek Mill was sentenced on Monday (November 6) to a minimum of two years in prison for violating his parole, and Meek's lawyer thinks it's because of a suggestion the judge made about a song.
According to Meek's lawyer, Joe Tacopina, the judge asked the Philly rapper to remake Boyz II Men's, "On Bended Knee," which Meek thought was a joke. The judge also suggested that Meek give her a shoutout, which garnered a laugh from the "We Ball" rapper.
The judge responded by telling Meek, "I'm not kidding," and he refused to comply with her request. She then told Meek, "Okay, suit yourself."
Tacopina now claims that the judge is punishing Meek for not going along with the Boyz II Men remix, adding that prosecutors recommended no jail time. Tacopina says they plan to appeal the judge's decision.