James DimmockMeek Mill, who's now serving a prison sentence for violating probation, has officially appealed the judge's decision, according to TMZ.
The rapper is however, blending into seriously cleaning up while he's in prison, bouncing between several different jobs.
According to the site, Meek is a part of the general labor crew over at the State Correctional Institution in Pennsylvania where he's now incarcerated. He cleans up the prison grounds and cell block and also washes dishes. He also cooks food and serves it up, too! The rep says he's a model inmate who gets some juicy perks due to good behavior.
He's supposedly also on the wait list for therapy courses, and is allowed to use the electrical and carpentry shops.
The bad breaks in Meek Mill's current legal entanglements continue, with a reportfrom Billboard coming this morning that the Superior Court in Pennsylvania has denied the rapper's request for bail for a second time this week.
With a groundswell of public support continuing to follow Mill and this case in general, there's no doubt that many in the hip-hop community want him to be set free.
Meek's lawyers started a legal campaign in November to have Judge Brinkley removed from the recording artist's case.
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