Many fans wondered if Meek Mill was being a total bad a– by defying the judge’s orders of not recording any new music. But TMZ learned Meek Mill’s “Trap Vibes” record was court approved.
Meek Mill is allowed to record on the condition that he not make any profit from it, and it can only be on free platforms such as Soundcloud and YouTube.
The judge’s order allows Meek to protect his brand.
In February, Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley ordered the Philly rapper to serve 90 days on house arrest, effective March 1, for violating probation for a 2009 drug and gun conviction, according to Billboard.
Judge Brinkley also tacked on another six years of probation for the 28-year-old Dreamchasers boss.
Meek Mill’s three-month house arrest prevents him from touring. The judge ordered Meek Mill to do daily community service with groups serving adults, not young people, according to the Associated Press.