Recall that in December,Meek Mill violated his probation by attending the 2015 AMAs in Los Angeles without approval. At the second hearing, the judge ruled that he was guilty, and in February, the court ruled that he will be placed on house arrest for 90 days, and will wear an ankle monitor from March 1. Also, Meek received an additional 6 years of probation, and for the period of the house arrest, he is not allowed to make music or perform.
Now, his lawyers claim that the Philly rapper has no problem with the house arrest, but begs that he is allowed to make music, that he has his personal studio in his house.
The court is yet to decide on this.