Meek Mill will have to wait a little longer to celebrate his freedom after a judge extended his house arrest by 8 more days.
The Philly rapper was suppose to be free on June 1 after serving 30 days on house arrest but instead he is still at home tweeting.
TMZ reported that Meek Mill volunteered at the wrong places for his community service, hence the additional week is to give him time to volunteer at the right places and properly complete his community service.
Meek Mill was required to put in at least 90 days of community service working with Habitat for Humanity or senior citizens and veterans, although his camp says that it was never specified in his house arrest docs.
Sources told TMZ that Meek only worked six days per week and spent most of that time delivering motivational speeches and helping out with Flint’s water crisis, instead of working with the homeless.
He is due for another evaluation next week.