Meek Mill reportedly has a few more days on house arrest. The rapper’s sentence was supposed to end Wednesday but was extended due to his failure to complete his community service.

Sources close to Mill told TMZ that the “All Eyes On You” rapper will supposedly be on lockdown for another eight days to give him time to finish up his community service. According to documents, Mill was ordered by a judge to volunteer at a homeless shelter, Habitat for Humanity or with senior citizens and veterans for 90 days. The rapper’s team claims the judge never specified what Mill was supposed to do for his community service. Instead, Mill spent his time giving motivational speeches, visiting schools and donating to the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. Even though Mill’s efforts sound good, the judge supposedly won’t count it toward his community service.

The outlet reported that the 29-year-old rapper ran into another issue because he only volunteered six days a week. Sources said Mill did do some work at a homeless shelter, but it wasn’t enough. After Mill completes the rest of his community service, a judge will re-evaluate his house arrest sentence.

As previously reported, Mill began his house arrest sentence March 1 after a judge ruled that he violated his probation by traveling outside of Philadelphia for an event. Due to a 2008 gun and drug conviction, Mill was required to get permission before traveling outside his hometown.

Throughout Mill’s entire legal drama — and his ongoing feud with Drake — his girlfriend Nicki Minaj has been by his side. Last month the “Anaconda” rapper threw her boyfriend a birthday party at his home and gave him a diamond-encrusted Rolex watch as a gift. Posting a photo of them together, Minaj wrote on Instagram: “Happy Birthday babyyyyy. Love uuuuu. Love u soooooo much.”  

Meek Mill house arrest Meek Mill’s house arrest was reportedly extended by eight days. Pictured: Meek at the Bacardi untamable house party in Atlanta, Nov. 20, 2015. Photo: Getty Images