According to reports, Meek received an additional eight days of house arrest to give him time to complete the right kind of community service, because he volunteered at the wrong places. Court documents revealed that the judge specified that Meek needed to put in 90 days of work with the homeless, Habitat for Humanity or senior citizens and veterans—though Meek’s camp says that was never specified.
Aside from the fact that he spent his community service time visiting schools, helping out with Flint’s water crisis and delivering motivational speeches, another problem is that Meek only worked six days per week. Meek’s original release date was Wednesday, but the Philly D.A.’s Office says it will reevaluate once his volunteer work is completed.
The downtime hasn’t stopped Meek from making more music. The rapper recently dissed Drake (again) in his remix to All The Way Up.
Source: TMZ |PHOTOCREDIT: Splash