Meek Mill Headed Back to Prison After Violating Probation
Even though two cases were dropped in Meek Mill's last two arrests, he's still headed back to prison for a minimum of two 2 years, due to violating his probation.
According to TMZ, the Philly rapper was in court on Monday when the same judge from his previous violation in 2015, ruled he go back to prison for 2 to 4 years and ordered he be "remanded into custody" immediately. Meek has been on probation since 2009 on drug and weapons charges.
The "1942 Flows" rapper was arrested for an altercation with a fan at St. Louis International Airport back in March, and then there was a reckless driving charge he picked up in New York back in August. Both charges were dropped on condition he completes community service and stays out of trouble for the next six months. It now seems he'll have to stay out of trouble rather he wants to or not.