Meek Mill has been removed from solitary confinement. Actually, the Philly rapper has been moved to a new prison, and is in general population.
An official at the State Correctional Institution in Chester, PA tells TMZ … the rapper was just transferred to their prison and out of Camp Hill. He’s now in general population and he has his own cell.
We broke the story … Meek wanted out of solitary because he feared it would take a severe toll on his mental state.
Meek can now hit up the yard in the morning or afternoon. He can ball out on the court or go for a jog. Should he fancy himself with a book, he can read it at the on-site library or in his cell. Gym time will depend on which job he ends up taking … which, by the way, pays 19 cents an hour.
Reportedly, Meek will have the choice of two jobs—cooking or cleaning jail cells.
Meek was thought to be scheduled to go back in front of the judge on Nov. 27 for a new bail hearing.
However, it turns out it was just a clerical error, per Philly.com, so the rapper will remain in prison, for now.
Photo: Pennsylvania Department of Corrections