Meek Mill appealed his house arrest sentence last month in hopes the judge would reverse course and allow him to record & release music.
Well, the court approved and he IS allowed to release music…under one condition.
Sources connected to the case tell us Meek got an order of clarification 2 weeks after his sentencing. The judge had said he could not record ANY music during his 90 days of house arrest, but then spelled it out in more detail.
We’re told the rule is Meek can release music in order to “protect his brand,” but it has to be on FREE platforms like SoundCloud and YouTube.
But how are fans reacting to that news? To many of them, they feel the judge is creating laws just to ruin his career as his parole violation had nothing to do with music, and so why should he be restricted?
See the reactions:
Meek Mill is now free to record but he must release all music during his 90 days of probation for free. pic.twitter.com/C4ODzPLIMk
@WORLDSTAR how is this legal? I don’t even listen to him but this cant be legal. What does his music have to do with the case?
5:20 PM – 10 Apr 2016
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