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Meek Mill Sentenced Up To Six Months In Jail

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It was two weeks ago when we saw Maybach artist Meek Mill on Nick Cannon's "Wild N' Out" with Rick Ross!

Unfortunately, the Philly rapper is looking at up to six months in prison after violating his probation. Back in 2008 Mill aka Robert Williams was arrested on drug and gun charges and did 8 years in jail for it. He was also sentenced to five years of probation following his sentence. 

Mill's recent sentencing also stemmed from the artist failing to ask permission to leave town for his scheduled concerts. He also refused to give a working number to his probation officer, Treas Underwood. 

In other news before Mill's sentencing he violated his probation by going to see an inmate named Thelonious Parker who is in jail for murder and then posted a picture of he and the inmate on Instagram. Mill was also accused of testing positive for the popular pain prescription called Percocet!

Reportedly, Mill begged the judge to allow him to stay out of jail so he could continue to care for his family including his son.

"It took me 15 years to get here, and this will be extremely damaging to my life," Mill said.

As it turns out the "Amen" rapper has gotten himself in a lot of trouble while on probation. Beefing with Wale is the last thing he should be focused on. 

Now Mill may be about to do some small time in jail bu this album "Dreams Worth More Than Money" is set for release on September 9th. Despite his recent sentencing Ricky Rozay has confirmed that the album is still coming out as planned.

"His album is coming. We ask that the fans and the media continue to support him and his music during this time. He'll be home soon," Ross explained.
Tamara M. Anderson
@mstekeyla



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