Meek Mill’s Setback in Probation Case Cost Him Role in Will Smith Movie

20 Jan 2016 | Author: | No comments yet »

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

However, despite valiant efforts from both Meek and his lady Nicki Minaj, the judge ultimately found Meek guilty of “technical violation” of his probation, according to TMZ reports.

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. Minaj, who said the couple live together when their schedules allow, was back in court Thursday. “The DAs and JUDGES get just as high as the next man and f-k people’s lives up!” 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.

Judge Genece Brinkley believes the performer born Robert Williams has been “thumbing his nose” as she closely supervised his probation since a 2009 conviction in a drug and gun case. On top of that, the judge banned Meek from traveling outside of the Philly area, which will severely prevent him from pursuing any paid opportunities.

The same insider also shared that the two have been “texting and there was no way Drake would not reach out or send her something for her birthday”. Mill took the stand himself on Thursday (17Dec15) and broke down as he pleaded for leniency, after describing how tough it had been not to visit his sick mother in New Jersey following surgery as he couldn’t get the last-minute approval for the trip. Now, after social media beefs and dissing her in songs from his mixtapes, Samuels, who has been working to launch his own rap career outside of Nicki’s shadow, has updated fans on whether they have spoken. “And I haven’t been convinced otherwise”. “He told me last evening how he respects you”, DeSimone said. Gee said Mill’s impact on Philadelphia could be vast: “One of the things I noticed is that it’s not just the kids in the ‘hood, it’s kids from Lower Merion”. “I walk around with Queen Nicki“. “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 previous year. The flick is based on the story of West Baltimore’s illegal dirt bike riders, which was the subject of a documentary of the same name that premiered at the SXSW festival in 2013.

As a result, she prohibited the Dreams Worth More Than Money creator from performing – even in his hometown of Philadelphia – before a February 5 hearing. “I don’t know that would be appropriate because you and I have been around the block a few times”. Last year, a federal jury rejected a lawsuit he filed against Philadelphia police over what he called a racially-motivated, 10-hour traffic stop that led him to miss the launch party for his 2012 debut album, “Dreams & Nightmares”. The Anaconda star told the judge that she will take over all the 28-year-old rapper’s scheduling to make sure he does not leave the state without obtaining a travel voucher. However, the MMG rapper reportedly missed a scheduled trip to Hollywood for the film because he had to take a required urine test, which, according to the judge at his probation hearing, he failed. Minaj said she’d also help Mill fulfill his required community service. “Since I’ve come into his life, I think I’ve been working on that a little bit…”

Apparently, the “I’m a Boss” rapper may have to miss out on a scheduled New Year’s Eve performance in Las Vegas that he and his girlfriend, Nicki Minaj, booked prior to last week’s parole hearing.

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