Fans and supporters of imprisoned rapper Meek Mill are convinced that the Judge who sentenced the musician to prison for two to four years for violation of parole has a personal "vendetta" against him, according to an exclusive report by New York Post.

According to the report, this wasn’t the first time Judge Genece Brinkley and Mill came face to face in a court of law.

Brinkley sentenced Mill to prison and a five-year probation due to charges of drug and gun possession when Mill was a rising hip-hop artist in Philadelphia.

He’s been back in her court many times for violating his probation, for what he claims are minor missteps, such as traveling without court permission. 

Oddly, the report said that Brinkley asked Meek numerous times to come out of Roc Nation — an entertainment company founded by rapper Jay-Z — and re-join Charlie Mack, who is a renowned figure in the entertainment industry in Philadelphia and was Mill’s previous manager.

In the wake of the sentencing, Jay-Z among others have spoken about reform in the justice system.

In a hearing in 2014, Brinkley reportedly said, “While Mack had him [Mill], there were fewer problems.” However, Mack said that he didn’t know what Brinkley was talking about. He said, “ I have talked to you [reporters] more than I have the judge.”

However, Mill’s lawyers have stated and earlier Mack told Mill that if Mill joined him, he would be able to “help” him “with the judge.” Judge Brinkley did not comment on the issue, stated the report.

The report also said that Brinkley overturned in 1999 an armed robbery conviction against one Kevin Sanchez after Mack testified as an alibi in a post-trial motion. However, Brinkley’s decision was reversed by the Superior Court.

Mill’s lawyer Joe Tacopina also thinks that Brinkley has some personal feud with Mill and is taking revenge for the fact that Mill did not return to Mack.

Tacopina said, “Judge Brinkley has asked over a dozen times in open court for Meek to drop Roc Nation and sign with Mack. We don’t know the details of the link between the judge and Mack, but we believe there is a relationship. She has been incredibly biased against Meek. ”

In an earlier exclusive report by NYP's gossip column Page Six, it was reported that the FBI has started to probe into the case. An unnamed source reportedly said that, “The feds have an interest in the judge and [her] potential relationships. This is an investigation looking into a possible extortionate demand. Undercover agents have been in the courtroom monitoring the Meek proceedings since April 2016.”

On Nov. 6, according to a People Magazine report, Mill was sentenced to two to four years for violation of parole. The verdict came after Mill was arrested on two occasions this year.

Brinkley gave her reason for imposing the sentence by saying, “[You are] just thumbing your nose at me," while referring to Mill. 

The sentencing which was seen by many as too harsh a punishment resulted in protests in Philadelphia; people also took to social media to protest the sentencing under the hashtag #Justice4Meek.

Footballer Colin Kaepernick gave his support to Mill by saying that the music artist was a victim of “systematic oppression.”