Joe Tacopina which is Meek Mills attorney has shut down all rumors that have been circulating around pertaining to the early release of the rapper. Meek is currently serving a two-to-four-year sentence for violating his probation but it has been proven that one of his arresting officers is on a list of "corrupt cops." The rumors picked up steam quickly that Meek could potentially get out of jail as soon as Monday with T.I. sharing a headline that states exactly that. While it looked promising, the Philadelphia rapper will not be released next week.
Earlier this week he did receive a few important visits that could one day push a lighter sentencing.
CNN posted earlier "In 2017, Mill's attorney Joe Tacopina spoke to CNN and accused the judge who has overseen Mill's case for years, of being "enamored" with the rapper and taking "a personal interest in the case."
"(Meek's) frustrated, really frustrated and knows he's being treated different than anyone else," Tacopina said in a phone interview. "If his name was John Smith, he wouldn't be in jail and he certainly wouldn't be on probation."