Yesterday was the day Meek Mill was supposed to be done with his house arrest.
But he is still unable to leave his Philadelphia abode without supervision after a judge ruled he hadn’t done his community service at the right places.
Meek had been required to commit his time helping with the homeless, Habitat for Humanity or senior citizens and veterans. But instead he tried to claim time speaking to high school students and helping with the Flint water crisis.
Furthermore, he was supposed to do charity seven days a week but sometimes only did six.
It all adds up to an additional eight days of home confinement.
Meek’s been under house arrest since March 1 for probation violations. Expect DC4soon after he’s finally fully free.