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Meek Mill Celebrates Getting Off Probation “I Beat The Streets”



Meek Mill “I Really Put That Sh*t Behind Me”

The ‘Championships’ rapper is no longer under the supervision of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Meek Mill is now off probation after all these years.
News broke yesterday that Meek Mill pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor firearms gun possession charge, ending an 11-year legal battle. 

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Meek had been on probation since being convicted in 2008. Meek Mill also revealed sometimes back that his parole restricts him from picking his son from school.

After he was released from state prison in 2018 for a probation violation, Meek Mill has become an advocate for criminal justice reform. 
The ‘Stay Woke’ crooner joined with Roc Nation founder Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter, Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, CNN political contributor Van Jones, and others to launch the REFORM Alliance.

And just last week, Meek Mill unveiled a newly renovated basketball court at his hometown in Philadelphia.

Meek Mill took to twitter today, celebrating his freedom after getting off probation. Meek believes he’s beaten the streets in his tweet.

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“I really put that shit behind me today ….. I beat the streets 👌🏾”

This is undoubtedly a big win for the Philadelphia born rapper. Congratulations to Meek Mill!
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