Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill is about one week into his 90-day house arrest sentence and he is already asking for an appeal.
For the three months that Meek will be under house arrest, his sentence specifically states he cannot record any music. A source close to Meek Mill told TMZ that the rapper and his lawyer, Joe Tacopina, are making an effort to appeal this part of the sentence. The two have reportedly started filling the proper paperwork to make things happen.
The source also revealed that Meek has a full studio in his Philadelphia home. What a waste of free time it would be if he could not make music while under house arrest.
Meek is serving his house arrest for violating a 2009 probation. His legal troubles started back in 2008 when he was arrested on drug dealing and gun possession charges.
Although three months will fly by, fans would be ecstatic if Meek released hot new music and maybe another diss track after his probation.The streets will be waiting for the verdict and hopefully Meek comes back strong because his arch nemesis, Drake, is going hard all Summer 16.
Written By: Marshay Rice