Nicki Minaj Testifies at Meek Mill Parole Hearing
"He's not perfect but I can't believe how much he's changed," Minaj tells the judge.
Minaj took the stand for about half an hour in an effort to keep Mill out of jail. She told the judge she'll help Mill stay organized and work with him to fulfill his community service requirement.
"He's not perfect but I can't believe how much he's changed," Minaj said.
Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley is threatening to send Mill back behind bars. Prosecutors say the 28-year-old rapper violated parole in a 2009 drug and gun case by repeatedly changing his court-approved travel schedule.
Minaj and Mill recently attended the American Music Awards in Los Angeles, where Minaj picked up two awards.
Defense lawyer Frank DeSimone said the music industry is chaotic, and Mill is not trying to disrespect the judge. He also said Minaj and Mill are serious about getting married.
Mill is due back before Brinkley on Dec. 17. The judge said Mill, whose real name is Robert Williams, also submitted a suspicious urine sample.