Meek Mill was set to appear in "12 O'Clock Boys."
Known for his love of dirt bikes, Meek Mill was a front-runner to portray Wheelie Wayne in "12 O'Clock Boys," an upcoming film produced by Will Smith’s Overbrook Entertainment. But according to Page Six, Meek Mill's November trip to Hollywood to meet with the producers got scrapped “because he had to take a urine test as part of his probation just four days after a previous test.”
"12 O'Clock Boys" is an an adaptation of a 2013 documentary of the same name about dirt bikers in West Baltimore. Here is a video of the real life Wheelie Wayne in action.
The judge has prohibited Meek from any manner of traveling or performing until his February 5 sentencing. Which means that he will be forfeiting the estimated $140,000 he was scheduled to receive for his scheduled New Years EveLas Vegas concert with Nicki Minaj.
It keeps getting worse for ol' Meek.