Meek Mill Working Several Prison Jobs for 19 Cents/Hour

Meek Mill's Prison Life I Don't Do Windows But Juggling Multiple Jobs

Appeals court denies another request to free Meek Mill

TMZ reports that the rapper's lawyer asked "a higher court to free the rapper", based on their claim that "the judge was unfair and biased against him".

James DimmockMeek Mill, who's now serving a prison sentence for violating probation, has officially appealed the judge's decision, according to TMZ.

This set back comes on the heels of Judge Genece Brinkley handing down a similar rejection earlier this week (December 4th), calling Mill a "danger to the community" in the process.

She also alleged that the rapper "might have lied to the police and his probation officer about his address" and questions "the validity of his clean drug tests". It is the second time that the request has failed.

Apparently, Meek, who is serving two to four years for a probation violation on a almost 10-year-old gun and drug case has several jobs.

Cleaning his cell block, washing dishes, maintaining the upkeep of prison grounds and even cooking and serving food are under his weekly duties.

Outside of the kitchen, Meek has access to electrical and carpentry shops and is on the waitlist for therapy classes.

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