Meek Mill isn't celebrating with Rick Ross today as he releases his new album, God Forgives, I Don't. Meek, whose real name is Robert Williams, was in court today for a prior gun and drug conviction. Lou Savino, attorney for Meek Mill, says that today's appearance is for a status hearing on that previous charge.
Milly was subsequently paroled to house arrest, which is completed, and now is on probation. His probation was in danger if it turned out he was involved in the Chris Brown/Drake scuffle in New York City. Meek has to go to court every 3 to 6 months to make sure he is in compliance. In his song, "The Ride," off of Dreamchasers 2, mentions that the DA is handling his current case and he was warned by the judge no to mention the District Attorney in any of his lyrics.
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