Sources close to the rapper tell TMZ that his house arrest was extended by 8 days so that he can carry out his community service orders the correct way. Court documents show that the judge on Mill’s case requested that he put in 90 days of work with “the homeless, Habitat for Humanity or senior citizens and veterans” at the start of his sentence. Instead, he spent time visiting schools, helping out with the Flint water crisis and delivering motivational speeches—only working six days per week. The report claims that he did put in time at homeless shelters, but not enough to make it count.
Mill’s original release date was Wednesday (Jun. 1), but Philadelphia’s D.A. Office will “reevaluate once his volunteer work is completed.”