Rapper Meek Mill has been sent back to jail for up to four years for breaching the terms of his parole.
A judge ruled on Monday two new arrests meant he had once again failed to live up to the conditions of his release.
However the hip hop star’s attorney has claimed the adjudicator has a personal bias against his client, who was convicted of drug dealing and gun possession back in 2008.
The hip hop star’s lawyer Joe Tacopina told TMZ he believes Judge Genece E. Brinkley went against prosecutors recommendation for no prison sentence.
Tacopina also claimed she has a ‘personal bias’ against Mill and they plan to appeal the sentencing.
His attorney claimed last year the judge had a meeting with the rapper in chambers and asked for him to do a remake of On Bended Knee by Boyz II Men and to give her a mention in the song.
He alleged that when the hip hop star laughed off the request the judge declared she was ‘not kidding’ and when Meek refused she said ‘suit yourself’.
The rapper, real name Robert Rihmeek Williams. was skating on thin ice after being found to have violated the terms of his parole on drug dealing and gun possession charges on multiple occasions.