Meek Mill Is Trying To Get Judge To Allow Him To Make Music

By HHL Editors

Meek Mill is one week into his three months house arrest for probation violations.

One of the conditions of the sentence is he can't release, record or perform music during his term.

According to TMZ, his lawyer Joe Tacopina is appealing those stipulations, and hopes to win Mill the ability to work on his craft.

Although Meek avoided proper jail time for violating his probation for drugs and guns charges, his house arrest is proving to be no joke. It's been said it's causing tension in his relationship with Nicki Minaj. (Although she denies this.) It's also left him a sitting duck for any of the foes he's made over the past years.

While the judge has banned Meek from making music, it looks like he's still free to jump on social media. It would have obviously been better for Mill if it was the other way around.

I got a lot of enemies that used to b my friends....

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