Meek Mill is currently requesting a Philadelphia, Penn. judge to lift any restrictions so he can tour. According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, Municipal Court Judge Genece Brinkle ruled that he will not be allowed to tour for the rest of December.
In a separate report by NBC 10 Philadelphia, attorneys for Meek filed a request last Wednesday to get the ban removed on travel so he can maneuver easier. However, the Maybach Music rapper was denied the request because he already received some good fortune for his previous charges of assault, gun possession and drug charges. He only served eight months of an 11- to 23-month sentence.
Meek was supposed to appear on Late Night with Conan O’ Brien on Wednesday. He also had plans to do a few stops in Africa, but now his tour will only be restricted to the streets of North Philadelphia. His defense attorney Dennis Cogan says that he is losing money by the ban.—Eric Diep