Meek Mill Files Appeal to Record While Under House Arrest
Meek Mill won’t step away from the mic. The Philly MC, who’s currently serving three months under house arrest, is fighting to appeal a judge’s decision that prohibits him from recording or performing music.
The Dreamchasers boss reportedly has a studio in his home and would like to use it to create new material, but under his current restrictions, this would only further hurt his situation. As a result, Meek’s attorney Joe Tacopina filed the appeal, according to TMZ.
Meek is serving time under house arrest after violating his probation from a 2009 drug and gun conviction. The case is up for review later this year.
The rapper, who reportedly spent $75,000 at a strip club the day before turning himself in, also earned an additional six years of probation due to this latest violation.