Meek Mill will reportedly spend three to six months behind bars after violating his probation.
According to a report from Philadelphia's Fox 29, the Philly rapper (real name: Robert Williams) is currently in custody, after prosecutors were concerned about "a number of recent incidents" with the MC. Mill is on probation for a 2008 gun and drug conviction, for which he served eight months in jail and began five years of probation in the fall of 2009.
Mill reportedly posted a recent photo of himself with a gun. A rep from the rapper's label, Atlantic, declined request for comment.
A member of Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group, Mill made his album debut with 2012's "Dreams and Nightmares," which has sold 406,000 copies to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan. His sophomore album, "Dreams Worth More Than Money," is scheduled for a Sept. 9 release.
Earlier this week, Mill confronted fellow MMG member Wale about his lack of promotion for "Dreams Worth More Than Money" on Twitter. Wale responded with a post on Instagram.