The star is kept waiting a little longer after pleading no contest to a concealed weapons charge earlier in the year...

EMINEM‘s sentencing hearing relating to a handgun incident a year ago, scheduled for today (June 5) in OAKLAND COUNTY near the rapper’s native DETROIT, has been postponed until June 27.

The star was set to learn his fate after pleading no contest to a concealed weapons charge in the same Circuit Court earlier this year.

However, according to details coming from the Detroit news services, the date was adjourned as Judge Denise Langford has a full docket and could not fit in the case.

Eminem is expected to receive probation when sentencing eventually occurs.

He had been charged last June after threatening a associate of rivals Insane Clown Posse with an unloaded handgun during an incident outside a car tyre shop on the outskirts of Detroit.

He is already on probation from nearby Macomb County Circuit Court for a separate gun incident that happened in the early hours of the following morning in a district close by.