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Meek Mill's house arrest has been extended for not doing community service.

He began serving a 3-month house arrest sentence back on March 1 of this year after being convicted of a probation violation by a Philadelphia judge. This  was expected to end on June 1, at which time Meek’s case would be re-evaluated, and a judge would decide whether or not it was time to free him from custody.

However, that didn't go as planned. According to TMZ, the community service Meek was supposed to take part in during his bid involved Habitats for Humanity, homeless shelters and helping veterans. Instead, Meek has been giving his services to the Flint Water Crisis, and area public schools.

The court is being adamant about its mandate not minding Meek's noble and kind gestures, and rather sentenced him to another eight days of house arrest.