Meek Mill could find it difficult to get away from Philadelphia after he was grilled by his probation officer Treas Underwood and Assistant District Attorney Noel A. DeSantis at a hearing held on Friday, March 16th.
During the hearing, Underwood and DeSantis attempted to convince Judge Genece E. Brinkley that Mill had violated his probation by not handing over an itinerary during a trip outside of Philly, according to Philly.com. Mill replied that he’s not entirely in control of his own travel plans and added, “The problem is that I don’t know. It changes every day.”
Mill also suggested that in order to stay out of trouble, he’s better off spending less time in Philadelphia and hinted at drive-by attempt which happened in the vicinity of French Montana’s tour bus following a concert in Philly. “My best thing is to stay traveling. Every time I come back to Philadelphia, someone tries to shoot me or get me back in trouble,” said Mill.
Ultimately, Judge Brinkley told Underwood and Mill to figure out a way to communicate the rapper’s travel plans. “You folks are just going to have to work it out,” said Brinkley.