Meek Mill: If This Is My Last Post

20 Jan 2016 | Author: | No comments yet »

Meek Mill Missed Out On Starring In A Will Smith Movie Due to Probation Violation.

Page Six has learned the Philly rapper was supposed to travel in November to Hollywood, California for a potential role in 12 O’ Clock Boys, which is an upcoming remake by Will Smith’s Overbrook Entertainment. The judge put the Philadelphia rapper on ice—he is unable to perform or travel; which means paid gigs are getting cancelled and a role he secured in a Will Smith movie is a wrap. But according to Page Six, Meek Mill’s November trip to Hollywood to meet with the producers got scrapped “because he had to take a urine test as part of his probation just four days after a previous test.” “12 O’Clock Boys” is an an adaptation of a 2013 documentary of the same name about dirt bikers in West Baltimore. As we reported, Meek — who’s on probation in his gun and drug case — is on the hot seat because he came to LA for the AMA’s with GF Nicki Minaj without getting court approval.

Not only is he losing big money by not performing at concerts, he’s shelling out tens of thousands of dollars every month for commitments he’s made in L.A. Which means that he will be forfeiting the estimated $140,000 he was scheduled to receive for his scheduled New Years Eve Las Vegas concert with Nicki Minaj.

Being that it’s the court system that’s stopping Meek from meeting his obligations, he shouldn’t have to worry about being sued for breach of contract, or something like that. It’s based on the story of the infamous West Baltimore illegal-dirt-bike riders who were the subject of an indie documentary that debuted at SXSW in 2013.

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