Judge Orders Meek Mill To Take Etiquette Classes
By Sowmya Krishnamurthy
Maybach Music Group’s Meek Mill may have to change his rough ways.
According to AllHipHop, the Dreamchasers spitter has been ordered by a judge to take etiquette classes. Apparently, Meek is on probation for a 2008 conviction for drug dealing and gun possession and a Philly judge has said that he has “a lot of issues.”
The rapper reportedly arrived at his latest probation hearing to learn that Judge Brinkley and prosecutors thought that his posts on social media and overall public conduct might affect his future freedoms. The court also told Meek that he can only travel with permission from his probation officer. The etiquette classes must be taken by August 4.
Meek has faced personal issues as well lately. His protege Lil Snupe was tragically gunned down in June. Tony Holden, the 36-year-old suspect, has turned himself in to authorities. According to a statement released to MTV News by Louisiana’s Winnfield City Police Department on Tuesday (June 25) afternoon, the suspect was booked into custody and formally charged with 1st degree murder, armed robbery and illegal possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Meek signed Snupe 20 minutes after hearing his demo.