Nicki Minaj Testifies For Meek Mill
Nicki is being a real ride-or-die for her boo-thing Meek Mill. The rap diva appeared in court today on Meek’s behalf, hoping to help sway the judge to keep her man out of jail while she helps him stay on the straight and narrow.
Meek faced a judge earlier today to determine if he violated probation with his recent appearance at the American Music Awards. Apparently he got distracted by his various social media beefs and constant clapbacks in the comment section…and forgot to apply for the proper permissions before deciding to follow Nicki to the ceremony.
Meek’s lawyer used the rapper’s relationship with Nicki as part of his defense, insisting that the he is very serious about making her his bride, and that he knows she wouldn’t consider marrying a “criminal or bum.” Nicki was right on hand to let the court know that Meek can get on the right track — if left in her care. Via TMZ:
Meek’s freedom is on the line, because he violated probation by failing to get permission to leave Philly for the AMA’s last month. Permission is required since he’s on probation for gun and drug charges.
Meek’s lawyer told the judge his client seriously wants to marry Nicki, but she said nothing when she testified on his behalf. She did acknowledge they’re in a romantic relationship.
Nicki did say she’d like to have a private sit down with Meek and the judge to prove he’s a changed man. Nicki said the judge would be impressed with Meek’s charity work and his frame of mind.
She also said Meek’s kind of a nimrod when it comes to scheduling trips, and if she was put in charge of his calendar there wouldn’t be another problem. Meek is currently her opening act.
Nicki and Meek have some convincing to do. At one point the judge said out loud, she felt like Meek was thumbing his nose at her. The case was recessed for a week … Meek could be sent back to the big house, worst case scenario.
Welp, nobody can say that Nicki’s not down for her man! She’s willing to handle his calendar herself and make him stay home if need be to keep him out of lockup. We’ll see if this strategy works…