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Meek Mill ends house arrest sentence onstage at Beyonce – Meek Mill is still under house arrest for several more days, but managed to get permission from a judge to perform at Beyonce’s concert in Philadelphia. The rapper served as an opening act for the “Formation World Tour” show alongside DJ Khaled and Rick Ross.
The trio performed a medley of hits including “Ima Boss” and the intro to his album “Dreams and Nightmares.”
Meek’s pop-up performance took place during DJ Khaled’s set at the concert, which took place on Saturday (June 4).
Mill was accompanied at the concert by his girlfriend and fellow rapper Nicki Minaj
, who posted a series of photos from the concert on her Instagram page. She shared photos on social media of herself and Meek, DMX, Jay Z, and several others.
An Amateur video of Meek Mill
performing during DJ Khaled’s “Formation” was posted online.
The appearance at the Beyoncé show comes three days after a judge tacked an additional eight days onto Mill’s 90-day sentence after the rapper failed to complete the correct types of community service.
The rapper, who began serving in March, was original scheduled to be released last Wednesday, but instead of dedicating his time to working with the homeless, senior citizens, veterans and Habitat for Humanity as the court mandated, he occupied his sentence with motivational speeches and school visits.
He also donated money to the Flint water crisis while doing some volunteer work at homeless shelters.
Representatives for Mill reportedly argued that the judge didn’t specify which forms of community service would be acceptable, while other insiders said the parameters were clearly stated.
Mill, known for his back-and-forth feud with rapper Drake, received the house arrest sentence in February after violating parole for his 2008 drug-dealing and gun conviction.
Meek’s house arrest will reportedly be reviewed once he puts forth the proper hours of community service.