Stick 2 The Script: Judge Tells Meek Mill Watch His Mouth, Not Mention D.A. In Raps [Video]
Maybach Music Group rapper Meek Mill is reportedly going to have to place extra attention to what references he makes in rap songs from now on as reports claim a judge has warned him about his rhymes.
According to reports, a Philadelphia judge warned Meek about name-dropping the district attorney in his raps.
Rapper Meek Mill, whose real name is Robert Williams, was in court today for a prior gun and drug conviction. Lou Savino, attorney for Williams, tells Fox 29 that today's appearance is for a status hearing on that previous charge. The defendant was paroled to House Arrest, which is completed, and now is on probation. Williams has to go to court every 3 to 6 months to make sure he is in compliance. William's song called, "The Ride" mentions mentions the D.A. that is handling his case. In court, the judge warned the rapper not to mention the D.A. in his lyrics. (My Fox Philly)