Meek Mill, Nicki Minaj in court over parole terms, travels

PHILADELPHIA -- Meek Mill is in court in Philadelphia for his latest parole violation hearing, and Nicki Minaj is waiting to testify on behalf of her boyfriend.

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Prosecutors say the 28-year-old Mills violated terms set by a judge overseeing the rapper's 2009 drug and gun case.

The judge has kept a tight rein on the Philadelphia performer's travels and activities over the years.

She has ordered him to take anger management and etiquette classes and occasionally sent him back to jail for various infractions. She has also extended terms of his supervised release.

Minaj and Mill attended the American Music Awards together last month in Los Angeles.



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