Meek Mill‘s house arrest has reportedly been extended after failing to complete his community service duties, according to TMZ. The Philadelphia rapper received a 90-day sentence on house arrest in February following a parole violation stemming from his 2009 drug and gun case.
In addition, a judge ordered Meek to perform daily community service with groups serving adults and was not allowed to work during the three-month period. TMZ reports that his house arrest has been extended eight more days to complete the mandatory 90-day work requirement. The 29-year-old MC reportedly worked only six days out of the week.
Last December, Meek Mill — whose 2015 effort Dreams Worth More Than Money was named the Top Rap Album at this year’s Billboard Music Awards — was found in violation of his parole and vented on Instagram about his ongoing legal woes. “I’m actually fighting for my life and freedom,” he wrote.
Still, the artist born Robert Williams has found ways to push out new material during his house arrest. In January, he released the fiery two-part 4/4 EP, which contained shots at his rap foe, Drake.
His original release date was scheduled for Wednesday, June 1. The Philadelphia District Attorney’s office tells Billboard the judge will determine whether to lift his house arrest once the community service has been completed.
Billboard has reached out to a rep for Meek Mill for additional comment.