Meek Mill Files Appeal To Record Music While On House Arrest
Meek Mill really wants to get back to work.
Just one week into his 90-day house arrest sentence for a probation violation, the MMG rapper has filed an appeal through his lawyer Joe Tacopina to change his sentence in order to record music, TMZ reported Monday (Mar. 7).
The site reads that Meek doesn’t have an issue with the length of the sentence, but the fact that he isn’t allowed to make music while serving it- especially since he has a recording studio in his Philly home. Due to the rules of his sentencing, the earliest Meek would be able to release a song would be June 2016 if the appeal is denied.
Last week, it was reported that the rapper’s house arrest was putting a strain on his relationship with girlfriend, Nicki Minaj. Since he is not able to leave the area, he reportedly wants Minaj to stay close to him instead of traveling. However, Nicki tweeted that the rumors of their issues were false.