If you are a hip hop fan, there's a huge possibility that you already listened and enjoyed Meek Mill's music. Robert Rihmeek Williams, also known as rapper Meek Mill, has been in the music industry for more than a decade, signing contracts after contracts and created records after records. He used to have a rap group called Bloodhoundz and met a reasonable amount of success on that phase of his music career.
For those who has been following his career and personal life, news of him being arrested should not be new. Along with news about how great his songs are doing are some news of him being arrested. Recently, Meek Mill has once again made it to headlines when he was sentenced to 2-4 years in prison for violating his probation.
According to Pitchfork, an Philadelphia judge gave the verdict last Nov. 6, 2017. He has been arrested for misdemeanor assault in March, and again in August for reckless driving however these were not even the charges which called for imprisonment. In both cases, charges were dropped. What lead to the imprisonment sentence is his inability to abide by his probation. February of this year when he was placed in house arrest however, the judge has enough reasons and evidences to believe that Meek violated it.
His life has definitely been made a lot more colorful by the controversies he has been a part of and now adding jail time to top the rather lengthy list. For fans and steady followers, two to four years should not be a very long time to wait for some new music from Meek Mill.