Fishier and fishier
A clerk in Meek Mill’s much-publicized court case is facing intense scrutiny after it was revealed that she hit up the rapper asking for help with her son’s tuition.
Wanda Chavarria passed Meek a note asking for financial assistance for her son Marsell. In the note Wanda tells the rapper that she has bad credit and can’t secure a loan to help pay for her son’s schooling.
The note has sparked further investigation into Meek’s case, which ended in him returning to prison over several probation violations.
The full letter from Wanda ― as published by TMZ ― reads as follows:
“My name is Wanda Chavarria and I hope you don’t take offense to this letter or my request but I had to take this opportunity for my son. As a fan of the Arts (dancing/singing/theater). I’m praying that you would be able to help my son. Please feel free to contact me at [redacted] or email me at [redacted] with any questions. This will probably be my son’s last semester at VCU if the tuition isn’t paid for this year and unfortunately with my bad credit, I am unable to secure a loan or co-sign a loan for my son. Anything that you can do is very much appreciated.
It is every parent’s hope to provide the best for their children. Unfortunately, I am unable to fully financially support Marsell’s dream of going to college and pursuing his dream. So I am turning to our friends and family for help. IT TAKES A VILLAGE!!! Every little helps, please donate what you can to keep him attending VCU.
Thanks you so much.”
According to TMZ, Chevarra said that she gave the note to Meek because they are both from Philadelphia and she was hoping that he’d want to help out a local. She added that the judge was unaware of the request.
Judge Genece Brinkley has already drawn a fair amount of heat over the case herself. She allegedly asked Meek to re-record a version of a Boys II Men song for her and was miffed when Meek declined. Meek’s attorneys also allege that she attempted to get Meek to change his representation from his current manager to someone connected to Brinkley.
They have previously described Brinkley as having an “infatuation” with the rapper ― and Page Six has talked to unnamed sources who say that the FBI is very interested in Brinkley’s courtroom.
“The feds have an interest in the judge and [her] potential relationships. This is an investigation looking into a possible extortionate demand. Undercover agents have been in the courtroom monitoring the Meek proceedings since April 2016,” a source revealed to the New York Post affiliate.
Of course, many famous rappers have spoken out against Meek Mill’s heavy-handed sentence. Jay-Z railed against it in the pages of the New York Times.
“Probation is a trap and we must fight for Meek and everyone else unjustly sent to prison,” he said in a fiery op-ed for the outlet.
What do you think? Did Meek get a fair trial? Could he have with all this extracurricular activity happening around the courtroom? Will Meek’s conviction be overturned if the judge is found to be corrupt? When will Meek actually be #free? Sound off down below in the comments and be sure to SHARE this article.”