Meek Mill has officially appealed the decision that just landed him in prison for 2 to 4 years. In legal docs, obtained by JAMZ 101.5 HD 2 ATLANTA, Meek's lawyer laid out the groundwork for asking a higher court to free the rapper, on grounds the judge was unfair and biased against him. As we reported, Meek's attorneys claim
Judge Genece Brinkley had it out for Meek after he refused to change managers -- she allegedly was chummy with the one she was pushing -- and she also allegedly tried in vain to get Meek to record a Boyz II Men song and give her a shout-out. Meek's lawyers have ordered a full transcript to show the appeals court the judge was prejudiced.