Top American rapper, Meek Mill will unfortunately spend the next three months away from the music studio and six additional years on probation.
Starting from the 1st of March, a Philadelphia judge has sentenced the troubled rapper to six years of probation for violating his probation.
Of that period, he will be allowed to serve 3 months on house arrest with his ankle chained to a monitoring bracelet.
Reports from TMZ says Meek Mill can only do charitable work for the community during his jail time and he has been ban from doing any other kind of work which includes releasing any mixtapes, traveling, rapping and performing.
The Maybach Music rapper was earlier convicted for drug dealing and gun possession back in 2008.
Meek Mill served few months in jail before he was paroled in 2009 on five years’ probation.