Meek Mill is currently serving his three month sentence on house arrest, so it's understandable that he has a lot of downtime. The Philadelphia rapper has found one way to occupy his time: playing the video game Grand Theft Auto V. As Meek Mill spent his time playing online today (March 14), he issued a challenge to another rapper. The Maybach Music Group artist threw down the gauntlet and challenged Chief Keef to a game.

Meek Mill posted his challenge on Instagram with a picture of his squad in the video game. Chief Keef was more than willing to accept as he let Meek know that he was ready. "Meek done gone me started," Chief Keef wrote as he searched for the Philly rhymer in the video game.

This video game feud didn't end there as Atlanta rapper OG Maco decided to jump into the fray. "I'm sending Gang at you n---as soon as I get back to the Xbox," the "U Guessed It" rapper wrote.

For Meek Mill, this friendly interaction with some peers in the rap game is a welcomed distraction. The MMG rapper is unable to record at his home studio during his house arrest, so he can't make any music at the moment. Meek Mill is appealing this part of his house arrest in hopes that he can get back to work in the studio. But until the judge makes a ruling, Meek will have to get used to daily gaming to bide his time.

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