Meek Mill ongoing probation case has seemingly gone from bad to worse, as the Philly rapper is now facing prison time after Judge Genece Brinkley found him guilty of “technical violation” of his parole. The judge said Meek had violated several travel rules she set for him, and a Feb. 5 date has been set for sentencing. Judge Brinkley also ruled that Meek isn’t allowed to travel or perform aside from community service.

The Philly spitter took the stand to give an hour-long testimony, where he stated, “I’m not a gangsta. I’m not a criminal. I have my queen, Nicki now. I’m trying to do better and feel like I can be the best rapper alive.” Meek also testified that he knew his “whole life is on the line,” and he told the judge that he was trying to follow the rules.