Judge comes down hard on Meek Mill

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Meek Mill Faces Prison Time After Violating Parole.

The rapper has been banned from working or performing before his hearing on February 5, despite offering testimony about his difficult upbringing and pledges from his girlfriend and managers to keep him on track. A judge appears likely to send rapper Meek Mill back behind bars early next year for a steady stream of probation violations, most involving his failure to keep the court aware of his erratic travels.Being president of the United States is a 24/7 job, but Barack Obama says it’s actually allowed him to spend more quality time with daughters Sasha and Malia, People reports. “At a certain point, let’s say 6:30 at night, I can go upstairs, I can have dinner with [Sasha and Malia], and if I have to go back to work, I can,” Obama explains to survival expert Bear Grylls during a special episode of “Running Wild” that was slated to air Thursday night. “And so being able to have dinner with them every night was something that I could enjoy more than I did before I was president,” he added. “And that tradition has not changed, which has been great.” “It’s actually my joy, my pleasure, because if I’ve had a day full of world nonsense, for me to be able to come home and just listen to the girls and let them tell me about their day, it just gives me a whole new perspective and renews me.” Meek Mill is testifying in a Philadelphia courtroom and insists he never intentionally ignored travel restrictions or other probation rules, The Associated Press reports.

Meek Mill may face prison time next year after a Philadelphia judge determined the rapper had violated the terms of his probation, which included him ignoring travel restrictions and other rules, according to NBC 10 in Philadelphia. However, Philadelphia common pleas judge Genece Brinkley found violations including Mill’s travelling to New York to perform in a benefit concert last month and meeting up with Minaj in various cities during her tour.

There are no easy seasons of “Survivor.” From the harsh conditions to the big personalities, the experience is simultaneously exhilarating and miserable for the contestants, People reports. A jail term would presumably stall his career following a year in which the Roc Nation-signed talent has performed with Minaj, Jay-Z and other industry A-listers, and issued his second studio album, Dreams Worth More than Money. Mill told the judge that he’s aware his “whole life is on the line,” and that he has been spending time with his family and girlfriend Nicki Minaj, who testified on Mill’s behalf. Mill served short stints in jail and home confinement following his conviction in 2008 for firearms possession and dealing drugs, when he could have been sentenced to five to 10 years in prison. “The chance you gave me definitely changed my life and changed my family’s life,” Mill testified on Thursday – referring to her sentencing him to six months in jail for a parole violation last year.

She suggested she’s been a good influence while they’ve been living together. “[The parole officer’s] not going to be the one sleeping alone if he goes to jail. The 33-year-old Minaj disclosed only that they were living together, but conceded she might have more influence over the rapper than his parole officer. What I took from it, [the judge] just seen me acting in a certain manner and being a certain way, which she viewed me in that I wasn’t supposed to be in [while] on probation, and I got locked up. He can be irresponsible,” she said. “Since I’ve come into his life, I think I’ve been working on that a little bit… He’s just getting accustomed to being an adult.” This isn’t the first time Judge Brinkley has found Mill in violation of probation. However, Judge Brinkley said: “How many times am I supposed to give him a second chance?” before concluding that probation may no longer be “appropriate”.

And there was a lot at stake — the winner would become the show’s 30th victor in 31 seasons. (Sandra Diaz-Twine has won the game twice.) The final three contestants were Jeremy Collins, the likable (and buff) fireman from Massachusetts, Spencer Bledsoe, a student from Chicago who thrives on strategy, and Tasha Fox, an athletic accountant from Missouri. The latest rules required Mill to get travel vouchers before he leaves town and meet with his probation officer in Philadelphia every 60 days. “He’s not a person who knows how to keep schedules.

In addition to previously jailing him, the judge had ordered him to take etiquette, anger management and parenting classes as well as extended his probation. 2015 may not bring everything that Back to the Future II promised it would: flying cars, self-lacing shoes, we don’t see ’em happening over the next 12 months. (Then again, don’t bet against Nike.) But this year will definitely pack plenty of punch when it comes to cultural happenings. Mad Max will roar back out of the apocalypse while Mad Men rides off into the sunset, rock’s Antichrist Superstar and hip-hop’s Yeezus will rise again. In the audience, outside of camera range, his pregnant wife, Val, wiped away tears as the votes were read. “Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance” began long before the contestants set foot on the island. It was so much fun to watch.” A photo posted on the department’s Facebook page shows two Stormtroopers seemingly getting arrested on South Street. But he did show an utter commitment to the show’s silliness, and when coupled with his innate charm as a performer, led some of the night’s best sketches.

She actually worked with me.” In court, Mill explained that that he supports his mother, extended family and four-year-old son. “If you didn’t give me a chance, I probably wouldn’t be at this place I’m at now.” “He doesn’t have a lot of structure. That commitment was once again on display tonight, but the material by and large felt half-formed, which stranded both host and crew for a majority of the night.

Yes, it should be.” It adds that “any illegal Sith behavior will still be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.” House Speaker Paul Ryan chimed in on the matter Wednesday, pinning the police department’s stance to his Twitter feed with the comment “Knew we forgot to put something in the omnibus.” The Wisconsin Republican was referring to a bill that requires one vote but combines several measures. Hemsworth rarely connected live onstage tonight, but he unsurprisingly did very well in this action-movie parody. “I don’t have time to bleed!” is the type of clichéd dialogue that exists in most subpar action films, and this is a sketch that teases out that notion to its logical (albeit extreme) end. It’s never not impressive how quickly SNL can throw something together with this level of complexity and production value. (The physical continuity of Hemworth’s deterioration alone is impressive.) Sasheer Zamata matches Hemsworth beat for beat as his concerned partner, serving as audience proxy for his overly-macho attitude. As someone still somewhat struggling to make herself known to SNL audience, it’s great to see her in a lead sketch role like this. “Time To Bleed” all but announces its endpoint up front, but its execution makes the ride enjoyable.

But this week, rather than focus on that President’s foibles, it’s all about Bush’s contrast to the current Republican feel and just how well he favorably compares to them, even for his harshest critics. What ensues isn’t a sketch so much as a stand-up routine, and it’s one based not only on current politics but the audience’s relationship to this actor and his place in SNL history.

Either SNL realizes that having Donald Trump as a host damaged its reputation, or the show is simply having its cake and eating it with its current criticism of him. Jones’ confusion over its lack of Golden Globes nominations highlighted one of the side effects of what many call the era of Peak TV: She only knows Breaking Bad as a show she can stream online, and has no association to its existence on AMC (or, apparently, even the existence of AMC).

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