Judge Denies Meek Mill’s Early Parole Request


It looks like Meek Mill will have to wait a little longer before he’s officially released from jail. A judge presiding over the Philly-native’s case denied the rapper’s request for early parole to return to music and support his son, NBC 10 reports,

An appeal of jail term filed by the 27-year-old’s legal team in July was also overruled by the same judge, which has put a stop on Meek’s release of Dreams Worth More Than Money sophomore album that was slated for a September drop date. The reported time of the “Burn” rapper’s new parole release date is October 11. Photo Credit: Getty Images