A leaked track entitled "Don't Worry (RIP Kobe)" contains a reference to the late Los Angeles Lakers star's helicopter crash.
His 2017, viral arrest led to the spark of an advocacy group.
Concerns are mounting for Kanye West as the rapper continues to display troubling behavior and has tweeted about his family trying to lock him up.
Meek Mill, whose real name is Robert Rihmeek Williams, had originally gone to jail in 2009 after being arrested on gun and drug charges.
The documentary highlights the disproportions within the criminal justice system by exposing the rapper's experience.
"The crazy part is this was [an] all black neighborhood 20 years ago," Mill wrote on Twitter. "It was gentrified and now this!"
"No red hat, don't Michael and Prince me and Ye."
Reginald Graham was the only officer to take the witness stand during Mill's 2008 trail.
The clerk slipped Mill a note in November asking him to pay for her son's college tuition.
The rapper's lawyers officially announced an FBI investigation of Judge Brinkley.
Meek Mill was given two to four years in prison for failing a drug test. His lawyer says there's more to the story.
The judge gave Mill a minimum of two years.