Boosie Badazz seems optimistic that Meek Mill won’t have serve his full two to four month prison sentence for violating his parole.

In fact, the Louisiana rapper told TMZ that Meek will probably only do 10 months of his prison sentence and bounce back greater than before. Boosie says that the Philly rapper is a street dude and that a 10-month bid shouldn’t be problem for him.

The “Wipe Me Down” rapper also believes that any money that Mill lost during his prison stint, he will regain it back 30 times over because he will have a lot more to say and that his fans want to hear what he thinking about since his time away.

Boosie should know -- he spent five years in prison and after he was released, he was able to book shows and nabbed a multi-million record deal. You can also point to Gucci Mane as well for examples of how careers can take off after a prison stint.

As for Meek, his attorney, Joe Tacopina, is planning to file an appeal to have prison sentence revoked. In the upcoming appeals process, Tacopina is seeking to have Philadelphia Judge Genece Brinkley be recused following allegations of misconduct on her part.

Brinkley is accused of asking Mill to record a Boyz II Men song and dedicate it to her, which the Philly rapper declined. Brinkley has not commented on the allegations.

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