Meek Mill Ordered By Judge To Take Etiquette Classes
Some of Meek Mill's Stans got him in hot water with a Philadelphia judge. The MMG rapper was recently ordered to take etiquette classes partly as a result of some of his fans sending threatening tweets to his probation officer, according to a report by NBC Philadelphia.
Meek, born, Robert Williams, had a probation violation hearing on Friday (June 28) where Assistant District Attorney Noel Ann DeSantis said statements Meek made on Twitter triggered fans to threaten his PO. As a result, Judge Genece Brinkley ordered Meek to take etiquette classes in order to tighten up on his social media skills and better articulate his business dealings to the court. The "Levels" rapper was told that he must complete the classes by August 4 as well as inform his probation officer if he takes any trips outside the state.
Meek's legal troubles stem from a 2008 gun and drug conviction in which the rapper was sentenced to 11 to 23 months in prison. He served eight months behind bars and is currently under five years of probation. Last August, DeSantis warned the Philly rapper about his lyrics after Meek had some harsh words about the DA on his mixtape, Dreamchasers 2.