Meek Mill’s Probation Troubles Will Reportedly Cost Him A Role In A Will Smith Film.

Meek Mill’s legal issues are back to haunt
him again as the rapper appeared in a
Philadelphia court last week (Dec. 17) to
dispute a probation violation. According to
prosecutors, the rapper failed to procure a
travel request in order to attend the 2015 American Music Awards in Los Angeles. He
was found guilty of the violation and the
judge scheduled a Feb. 5 hearing. And while
Meek Mill awaits his punishment, he will be
missing out on role in a Will Smith-produced
film, Page Six reports.

Following the hearings and guilty verdict,
Meek has reportedly been ordered not to
work or travel until his sentencing. Due to a
mandated urine test, the rapper missed a
scheduled meeting in Los Angeles in regards
to a role in the upcoming film 12 O’Clock Boys. The movie, based on a 2013 documentary, is based on the story of a group of West Baltimore dirt bike riders, and
Meek was reportedly tapped to play the
character Wheelie Wayne, according to an
undisclosed source. Meek will also have to
sit out of an upcoming Las Vegas concert
with Nicki Minaj, a show he was set to rake up a cool $140,000 off of

According to tweets from WHYY-FM reported Bobby Allyn, Meek pled with his
judge for a chance to wipe his slate clean. “I don’t wanna be a criminal. I’m not a
gangsta. But I’m not a perfect man…I have
the potential to be greater than I am today,”
he said. Meek has also earned an Oscar nomination
for Best Original Song for “Fighting
Stronger” from the Creed soundtrack. He
may miss the ceremony on Feb. 28 if he is
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