After months on house arrest, Meek Mill was supposed to be released this week, but the punishment has been briefly extended.
According to TMZ, the house arrest was extended for eight days after Meek didn't complete the specified type of community service has was tasked with in the allotted time. The site says he was sentenced to "90 days of work with the homeless, Habitat for Humanity or senior citizens and veterans"; he has reportedly been spending his time at schools and giving motivational speeches, in addition to donating to Flint's water crisis.
In February, the MMG rapper was sentenced to house arrest following a parole violation. He was initially banned from dropping new music, but ultimately he was allowed to release songs for free to "protect his brand," which he's done in spots, including remixes of Drake's "Summer Sixteen" and Fat Joe and Remy Ma's "All the Way Up."
The Philadelphia D.A. will reportedly reevaluate Meek's case when his volunteer work is complete.