(AllHipHop News) Rapper Meek Mill reportedly has to serve eight more days under house arrest for failing to complete his community service requirements.
The “Ima Boss” star, real name Robert Rihmeek Williams, was sentenced to 90 days under house arrest, which began in March (16), after he was found guilty of violating the terms of his probation in December, 2015.
Nicki Minaj's boyfriend was banned from working during the three month period and was only allowed to leave the house for community service and charity work, and was due to be released on Wednesday (June 1).
However, he has been ordered to serve eight more days because he failed to complete his community service hours with the correct charities, according to TMZ.com.
Documents reportedly show that a judge told Meek to put in 90 days of work, the same amount of time as his arrest, but he didn't do community service every day. The judge also specified he work with the homeless, senior citizens, or Habitat for Humanity, but the rapper has been volunteering at other places, such as schools.
An official at the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office says the case will be reassessed once his service hours have been completed.
The 29-year-old was on probation relating to drug and gun charges from 2008. He violated his probation terms by repeatedly changing his court-approved travel schedule without consulting his probation officer.
He was given six more years on probation in addition to the house arrest.