Meek Mill desperately want to record new music while he is on house arrest so he filed an appeal through his laywer on Monday.
The Dreamchasers rapper started his three months house arrest sentence on March 1. Part of the conditions outline by the judge is that Meek cannot work including record music while he is on house arrest, but he can do charitable things.
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But Meek Mill is arguing that he already has a studio in his house and would like to use it to record music. TMZ reported that his lawyer Joe Tacopina filed an appeal on his behalf. It’s now up to a judge to decide.
The Maybach Music Group rapper reportedly dropped $75,000 at a strip club in Philadelphia the night before he started his house arrest.
Meek will then served six months of probation after completing his house arrest at the end of May.