Rapper Meek Mill was hit with an additional eight days on house arrest. Although the Philadelphia rapper has been busy during his court-ordered house arrest visiting area schools and assisting with Flint’s ongoing water crisis, TMZ reports these efforts at garnering community service hours simply aren’t enough.
Meek was originally ordered to work 90 days of community service with the homeless, Habitat for Humanity, senior citizens, or veterans. Instead, the rapper visited schools, helped with Flint’s water crisis, and delivered motivational speeches. While he did clock in some hours at a homeless shelter, it wasn’t enough to appease the judge’s orders.