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Meek Mill Reportedly Files Appeal, Wants Permission To Record Music

The rapper's lawyer has filed an appeal over his house arrest conditions.

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Meek Mill is currently serving his 90-day house arrest sentence, but according to reports his lawyers are working on filing an appeal so that he can work.

As stipulations under his sentence bars him from recording and releasing new music, TMZ reports that Meek is making an effort to appeal that condition with his lawyer Joe Tacopina. According to the source, Meek has a studio at his home and wants to continue making music.

His lawyer has reportedly filed the appeal.

In February, Meek Mill was sentenced to 90 days on house arrest. Under the terms of this ruling, which begins March 1st, the “All Eyes on You” rapper is barred from releasing any music until June at the earliest. In addition to his three months on house arrest, Meek will also be on probation for six years after completing his sentence.

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