Meek Mill is just a week into his 90 day house arrest and his lawyers have filed an appeal to modify his original sentence allowing him to work.
We’re told Meek doesn’t have a problem with the time … it’s the stipulation about not being able to rap or perform that’s got him bent out of shape.
Sources close to the rapper tell TMZ Meek has a studio at his home and he wants to continue churning out music. His famed lawyer, Joe Tacopina, filed the appeal.
A Philadelphia judge ordered the house arrest for violating his probation in a drug and gun possession case, and isn’t allowing him to rap or perform.
Allowing him to work doesn’t seem like an absurd request. Maybe the judge will have some leniency.