Chris Brown is not happy his friend and fellow rapper Meek Mill could be heading back to jail. As previously reported, Mill was found guilty Thursday of violating his probation and could face time behind bars. 

The 28-year-old "All Eyes On You" rapper was released from prison last year for violating his probation. Mill's legal troubles stems from 2008 gun charges. Under the terms of his probation, Mill was required to obtain a travel voucher before leaving his hometown of Philadelphia. Supposedly, the rapper didn't have the proper paperwork to travel to Los Angeles in November for the American Music Awards. 

According to the Shade Room, Mill tried to plead his case during his hearing and apologized for calling the district attorney a "b----" in one of his songs. 

“I have the potential to be greater than I am today,” he said, according to the outlet. “I have my queen Nicki [Minaj] now. I’m trying to do better and I feel like I can be the best rapper out there.”

However, Mill's apology fell on deaf ears. Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley said that not only did the rapper break his travel restrictions, but he submitted cold water for a urine drug test. 

“I bent over backwards so he can have free range to grow his career… It didn’t work out,” the judge said.

Following news that Mill was found guilty of violating his probation, Brown took to Twitter to vent about the legal system. 

"Wish the judge could see the influence meek mill can have out of jail more than in it. Y'all wanna lock him up but what about FREDDIE GRAY?" Brown wrote. Gray, a Black man from Baltimore, died in police custody in April. His death was ruled a homicide. A mistrial was declared Wednesday in the case of William Porter, one of the officers facing charges.

Brown, whose probation ended in March, continued: “The system is set on bulls----. The DAs and JUDGES get just as high as the next man and f--- people's lives up! I ain't on probation so I can tell y'all kiss my a--! U think the people are gonna keep sitting around and letting this bulls--- ride? Y'all wanna take guns away so y'all can enforce martial law."

The singer's rant didn't end there: 

Mill is expected to return to court Feb. 5, 2016 for his sentencing.