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After spending six months in prison last year, US rapper Meek Mill hints that he could be going back behind bars again.

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The MMG rapper is clearly having a rough year, but people won’t stop trolling him on social media. He actually mentioned that on a lengthy post he put up on Instagram talking about his legal standing.

Below is the post the rapper who was jailed for a probation violation shared on Instagram;

I'm actually fighting for my life and freedom … Something I've been going thru from a case I caught at 19 years old and been on probation since… I am 28 now … It's funny to see people on the internet laughing and joking about me and my family going thru these things, it's just shows me where the world is at nowadays! But if you are for me prayers up and wish me the best! Thank you to everybody that ever supported and I will continue to b great! If this is my last post know I will continue to remain strong and grow to b a better man and set a example for every minority with a dream that anything is possible! Trials and tribulations and chances makes chances & never lose faith! No matter how things go. PRAYERS UP!! ????????

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“I’m actually fighting for my life and freedom,” he wrote. “Something I’ve been going thru from a case I caught at 19 years old and been on probation since… I am 28 now … It’s funny to see people on the internet laughing and joking about me and my family going thru these things, it’s just shows me where the world is at nowadays! But if you are for me prayers up and wish me the best! Thank you to everybody that ever supported and I will continue to b great! If this is my last post know I will continue to remain strong and grow to b a better man and set a example for every minority with a dream that anything is possible! Trials and tribulations and chances makes chances & never lose faith! No matter how things go. PRAYERS UP!!”

Meek Mill was initially convicted of gun possession and drug dealing back in 2008, sentenced to 11 to 23 months in prison that was cut short in exchange for a five-year parole agreement. He continued to schedule concert performances and the judge revoked his travel permit in 2012, but it was the following year that he was accused of violating probation for failing to report his travel plans.

By 2014, his probation was revoked after the judge found his behavior while on parole to be dubious. He was handed a prison sentence that July and was released in December.

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