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Meek Mill’s Beautiful Columbian Girlfriend Breaks Her Silence On His Prison Sentencing

Posted On : November 9, 2017

If you didn’t know, Meek Mill has been seeing a Columbian beauty for the past 6 months. She was first spotted with Meek earlier this year in Dubai.

Her name is Nessa Colombiana, and she looks very beautiful. She looks very young, and from the looks of it, it looks like she’s of Columbian heritage.


Now it looks like she’s gonna be saying her good-byes to Meek just like everyone else.

Via Instagram @itsrgnessa

The Philly rapper is facing two to four years in prison for probation violation. As we previously reported,  the Judge (Brinkely), in Meek’s case,  ordered him to take etiquette classes as she disapproved of his language on his social media account.  The judge sentenced him to prison for violating probation. With a courtroom full of supporters, many gasped in disappointment with the judge’s decision as she stated that she has given him chances before.

“I gave you break after break and you basically just thumbed your nose at this court, Brinkley told Mill. She said Mill’s sentence would be served in state prison where he would be eligible for state parole supervision after two years. Then, I’ll be done with you, Brinkley added.”



Nessa took to Instagram to speak out for the first time about Meek going to jail. She wrote,

“Shout out to the strongest person I’ve ever met 🙏🏾❤️ thank you for motivating so many people including myself! You got this.”


It looks like Nessa is petitioning the Governor to “Save Meek”. Since they’ve just started dating, I guess only time will tell if she will do a “Keyshia Ka’ior” and wait for her man to return. 

Via Instagram @itsrgnessa

There’s a possibility that Meek might dodge jail time. A Change.org petition was started by Tom Wolf, the governor of Pennsylvania. He said in a statement,

“In regards to the harsh, undeserving sentencing of Robert Rihmeek Williams (Meek Mill), I felt the need to create a petition to reevaluate the charges, his impact in the community and the subsequent sentencing.”

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