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Hot! Meek Mill Sentenced To 3 To 6 Months Of Jail Time For Violating His Probation!

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Meek Mill was presumably going to use this summer to promote “Dreams Worth More Than Money,” which was due on Sept. 9. Instead, he’ll be serving time

The Maybach Music Group rapper has been sentenced to 3-6 months in jail for probation violation that stems from his 2009 drug and gun case, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Meek Mill, born Robert Williams, was taken into custody and transported to a city prison in Northeastern Philadelphia.

Common Pleas Court Judge Genece E. Brinkley was upset about Meek Mill not complying with her orders to cut back on shows between July 11 to Aug. 11 to take care of his probation issues. Brinkley was reluctant to deliver the sentence.

“Sir, I didn’t want to do this but you made me do this,” Judge Brinkley said to Meek Mill in court. “After all the years I tried to get you on the right track.”

“It took me 15 years to get here and this will be extremely damaging to my life,” Meek said to no avail.

Meek Mill’s show at the Echostage in Washington, D.C. on Friday (July 11) was canceled as a result. The rapper was building momentum these past few months by releasing the “Dreams Worth More Than Money” lead single “I Don’t Know” and teaming up with Puff Daddy and French Montana for the “We Dem Boyz” remix and “I Want The Love” sans Montana.

He’s serving time on a sour note. Earlier this week, Meek Mill called out fellow MMG member Wale for not supporting his new album after revealing the release date and claimed the rest of the MMG crew did. Wale responded with an Instagram post and a new song, but there’s no signs of them patching up their relationship.

There’s no word yet on how this affects “Dreams Worth More Than Money’s” release date.

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