“I’m not a gangsta. I’m not a criminal,” he said. “I have my queen, Nicki now. I’m trying to do better and feel like I can be the best rapper alive.”Onika also took the stand in her man's defense, however the judge wasn’t on their side. She found him in “technical violation” of his probation, setting a Feb. 5 date for his sentencing and ruling that he cannot leave a five-county area around Philadelphia or perform at any event in or outside Philly.
Meek’s probation stemmed from when he was convicted of gun possession and drug dealing back in 2008, sentenced to 11 to 23 months in prison. He was found in violation of his probation upon release after he continuously scheduled concert performances. The judge revoked his travel permit in 2012, and the following year, he was reprimanded for failing to accurately report his travels. His probation was officially revoked last year, and he served a six-month sentence in prison from July to December.
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