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The good news is Meek Mill is not going to jail. The bad news is the Philadelphia rapper has been sentenced to house arrest for three months. 

Part of the stipulations of his sentence is seriously hampering his recording career because he is not allowed to “work” (read: release new music) during the 90 day period.

Reports Fox 29:

Rapper Meek Mill has been sentenced to 90 days of house arrest- and no jail time- in his probation violation case. 

Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley has also ordered another six years of probation.The decision came down after Mill spent most of the day in a Philadelphia courthouse. 
 Mill, a Philadelphia native, cannot work during the three-month period and can leave home only to do community service with groups serving adults, not young people.

After 90 days, Judge Brinkley will again re-evaluate whether or not Meek should be taken off house arrest.

Cold world.

Meek could just say the any new tracks/mixtapes are simply material he had in the stash…but you know what, don’t even risk it fam.

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