Instead of enjoying his first day of freedom, Meek Mill will be held down for another eight days, according to TMZ. The Philly rapper was slated to complete “90 days of community service with the homeless, habitat for humanity, senior citizens and veterans.” Meek’s camp has denied these requirements, even though TMZ has claimed to see them.
The MMG member was seen visiting schools, as well as helping out with the Flint water crisis in recent months according to Complex in addition to visiting numerous homeless shelters. Whatever he completed was clearly not enough, and the Philadelphia district attorney will not take a look at his case again until the volunteer hours are finished up.
This is another hiccup in the “Lord Knows” rapper’s journey, as people thought he may not be able to release music under house arrest in April. That was cleared up as long as the music was released for free.
Let’s hope the Philly native takes his frustrations out in the booth and gives us another track. Finish up that community service Meek!