"Anything that you can do is very much appreciated".
Recall that the clerk identified as Wanda Chavarria slipped the rapper a note, asking him for money to pay for her son's college fees.
Chavarria has reportedly admitted to slipping Nicki Minaj's ex-boyfriend the note insisting that the judge wasn't aware of he actions.
Gabriel Roberts, a spokesman for the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania, said Tuesday that Chavarria had been terminated after a brief review of her conduct during the hearing.
"The Philadelphia courts have always prioritized fairness, impartiality, and the highest ethical standards", Roberts said.
Chavarria's letter is just the latest questionable element to come out of a case that has been plagued with scandal.
That information raised some eyebrows because it happened in the same courthouse where the rapper got sentenced by a judge who allegedly had asked the rapper to record a song for her, which he refused.
In the weeks since, Mill's lawyers have appealed the sentence and sought to remove Brinkley from the rapper's case, which she has overseen for more than a decade since his 2007 arrest on drug and gun charges.
She told the site she thought Mill would do her the favor because they're both from Philadelphia.
TMZ reports that a court transcript of the hearing in question, which took place in Brinkley's private chambers, show that Brinkley was not the person who suggested Mill hire respected music manager, Charlie Mack.
Mill, who was initially in solitary confinement because of his celebrity status, is serving two to four years in prison because of parole violations.
Contrary to what has been reported on, Judge Genece wants to distance herself from Meek's management team.
Mill, 30, remains behind bars under minimum security at a state prison in Chester.