Meek Mill Losing Big Money Due To Travel Restrictions

20 Jan 2016 | Author: | No comments yet »

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Known for his love of dirt bikes, Meek Mill was a front-runner to portray Wheelie Wayne in “12 O’Clock Boys,” an upcoming film produced by Will Smith’s Overbrook Entertainment.The judge found Meek Mill in “technical violation” of his probation for breaking travel restrictions and the reported cold water he tried to pass off as urine during a drug test. It’s likely that Brinkley will send Meek back to prison, but the judge chose to hold off on her sentencing until February 5. “I bent over backward to give him every opportunity to grow his career”, Brinkley told defense lawyer Frank DeSimone at hearing (quotes courtesy of the Philadelphia Inquirer). “This court has done nothing but try to help the defendant”, she said, adding at another point in the ruling, “How many times am I supposed to give him a second chance?” “I’m not a criminal”, Meek told the judge.

Which means that Meek will be forfeiting the estimated $140,000 he was scheduled to receive for his scheduled New Years Eve Las Vegas concert with Nicki Minaj. Safaree Samuels offers up the latest on what’s going on between and Nicki Minaj. “Since I’ve come in his life, I think I’ve been working on that a little bit….

According to a report by Page Six, the Vegas show was supposed to lead to a possible Vegas residency for Mill, but that’s now also in jeopardy. “He’s at a defining moment in his career and they are prohibiting him from work,” a source told the outlet. The DAs and JUDGES get just as high as the next man and f— people’s lives up,” he wrote Dec. 17. “I ain’t on probation so I can tell y’all kiss my a–!”

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