Meek Mill just can’t win.
The Philly rapper has reportedly been ordered to appear in court on Monday (Nov. 6) due to a number of probation violations pertaining to his previous drug and weapons case, TMZ reports. The problem is, Meek’s latest indiscretions could ensure him at least two years in the slammer.
Meek’s probation stems from a 2008 drug and gun conviction, which he originally served eight months for. His freedom was most recently put in jeopardy when he was arrested for recklessly driving a dirt bike around New York City in Aug. 2017. Shortly before that, in Mar. 2017, he was taken into custody for fighting at a St. Louis airport.
Unfortunately for the Dreams and Nightmares artist, this isn’t the first time he’s disobeyed the terms of his probation. In 2015, Meek skipped town to perform at a concert in Pennsylvania without alerting his probation officer. The stunt resulted in a 90-day house arrest and his probation was extended to six years.
Due to the prior offenses, this could mean big trouble for the rapper. Let’s hope the judge has a little leniency in his punishment.
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