For consecutive years, Meek Mill’s Grammy weekend mansion parties have been the talk of the town. Now, the rapper unfortunately has a lawsuit to show for all of the praise his festive shindigs receive.
TMZ broke the story … Meek’s huge bash in the famous glass mansion ended when a fight broke out, and all the guests poured into the street. It took cops hours to clear the neighborhood. No one was arrested, but Meek got in big trouble with the landlord.
According to the lawsuit … when Meek and his people signed a week-long lease … the management company warned them, “not to think about having the Grammy party” on the premises. In fact, the landlord says the lease limited Meek to no more than SIX people on the property.
In the docs, the landlord says the place was left trashed with broken furniture, broken glass, destroyed landscaping — and even a broken trampoline. You know it’s a party if you wreck a tramp, bruh.
The landlord’s suing Meek for breaking the lease, for damages, and for roughly 994 people trespassing.
Considering the outstanding evidence, it’s likely that Meek will have to tender the fee. But the better question is whether or not he’ll throw another party for the 2016 Grammys.