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Rapper Meek Mill arrives at the criminal justice center in Philadelphia, Monday, Nov. 6, 2017. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Just when it looked like Meek Mill might catch a break, the Philadelphia legal system brought him back to reality.

Last week, a petition to free Meek was denied, and according to TMZ, Judge Genece Brinkley has denied his request for bail.

Documents regarding Meek’s case say that Brinkley called him a “flight risk,” and described him as “a danger to the community.” There’s no indication on how Brinkley came to either of these conclusions, or why she’d apparently assume he’d used something called “Fast Flush” to help him achieve clean drug tests.

Many have dived into Meek’s case and admitted he’s not been a shining star while on parole, but there’s a reason why the FBI was investigating Brinkley. There have been claims of bias against Meek Mill from Brinkley, and an insane claim that she asked Meek to remake “On Bended Knee” by Boyz II Men and give her a shout out on the track. There’s also word she wanted him to leave Roc Nation for a company that a friend of hers runs.

In a recent interview, Rick Ross stated: “We need to use Meek Mill’s attention to shed light on a problem we that we know is bigger than Meek Mill.” 

Jay-Z and many others have spoken out on the unfair treatment Meek Mill has received. Rev. Al Sharpton has recently paid a visit to Meek in prison as well and is working on helping get the rapper released as well.