For violating parole conditions...
Meek Mill

Meek Mill has always pushed his luck.

Sentenced to prison in 2008 for gun and drug offences, the Philadelphia rapper - real name Robert Williams - was released after eight months and placed on a five year parole spell.

Sadly, it seems that the hip hop star's behaviour has become too much for authorities. State prosecutors became concerned about "a number of recent incidents", with Common Pleas Judge Genece E. Brinkley noting that Meek Mill had failed to gain the court's permission to book concerts away from Philadelphia and failed to provide his probation officer with a working phone number.

In addition to this, Meek Mill is also alleged to have posted disparaging remarks on Twitter about his probation officer. Genece E. Brinkley told the court: "After all these years of me trying to help him move his career forward . . . I believe he is thumbing his nose at me and at the probation office."

Meek Mill has now been sentenced to serve between three and six months in prison. Despite this, the rapper intends to release new album 'Dreams Worth More Than Money' via Maybach Music.

Label owner Rick Ross commented: "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. 'Dreams Are Worth More Than Money,' and family is worth more than Everything. MMG FOR LIFE."

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