The court clerk at Meek Mill's hearing slipped the MMG rapper a note asking for cash.
Talk about the audacity of some people. TMZ reports that the clerk of the courthouse where Meek Mill was sentenced to prison to apparently slipped a note to the MMG rapper during his court hearing, asking for money for her son's college tuition.
TMZ actually obtained the note itself, which was written by clerk Wanda Chavarria and addressed to Mr. Williams (Meek's real name is Robert Rihmeek Williams) during his probation violation hearing. After starting the note off by hoping he doesn't take offense, Chavarria says she has bad credit and couldn't get enough money together for her son's tuition for his last semester at Virginia Commonwealth University.
“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 cosign a loan for my son,” she wrote in the note. “Anything you can do is very much appreciated.”
She then added, "Every little helps -- please donate what you can to keep him attending VCU.”
Chavarria even admitted to slipping Meek the note, and said the judge wasn't aware of her action. She believed that since Meek's from Philly and so is she, he might help out. Of course, Meek didn't give her any money, but she says he son still managed to stay in school despite her ballsy favor.
This news comes while the judge who sentenced Meek is currently under fire for asking the Philly rapper to record a song for her, and to hire her friend at Roc Nation. This is all getting a bit fishy.
We’ll continue to keep you posted on the latest moving forward. Check out the note she wrote Meek (below).