Meek Mill Found Guilty Of Violating Probation
'I bent over backwards so he can have free range to grow his career. It didn't work out," Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkle said in court about previous accommodations she's made for the rapper when it came to his probation (via XXL Magazine).
The judge seemed especially exasperated by the number of violations Meek Mill continues to have despite numerous 'second chances.' She questioned, "How many times am I supposed to give him a second chance?" (via ABC News).
Until his next hearing on Feb. 5, Meek Mill will not be allowed to work or perform unless that work involves community service. "The chance you gave me definitely changed my life and changed my family's life," Mill said in testimony on Thursday (Dec. 17). "If you didn't give me a chance, I probably wouldn't be at this place I'm at now." Read more here.
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