It looks like Meek Mill won’t be coming home for Christmas.
The incarcerated rapper has been trying to fight a recent probation violation that has sent him to prison for 2-4 years, hoping that a judge’s actions would be overturned.
According to TMZ, Meek was recently denied a request for bail, after Judge Genece Brinkley called him a “flight risk” and “a danger to the community.”
The judge also questioned whether clean drug tests he submitted during his probation were legit, suggesting he used something called “Fast Flush” to cleanse his system. And, she claims he lied to police and his probation officer about his address, which his attorneys deny.
Meek’s attorneys claims the judge was prejudiced, after she suggested he change managers to someone she knew and give her a shoutout in a Boyz II Men song.
Meek’s attorney, Joe Tacopina, tells TMZ Brinkley’s decision “continues her long pattern of unfair treatment” of Meek.
They plan to appeal the probation violation.