While Meek Mill continues to maximize his time as a free man he is still in a fight with the criminal system. His legal team is taking another route to get him off the hook.
Meek Mill has been making his rounds during this current promotional run for his upcoming album. The “Amen” rapper recently paid a visit to The Ellen Show where he detailed the unfair hand the law has dealt him over the years.
Tekashi69, sometimes stylized as Tekashi 6ix9ine, dodged a major prison bullet in a child sex case that happened well before his current level of fame. For the 2015 case, the rapper born Daniel Hernandez was given four years probation, shortened by one year, and has to stay out of trouble the entire time or else.
Kodak Black has to give his legal team the biggest thank you gift of all time after he was released early from jail, and now he’s got another reason to celebrate. Earlier this week, the Florida rapper‘s probation was officially declared over in connection with his drug and weed case.
Rick Ross joined fans in Philly for a rally for Meek Mill Monday. The support appears to have worked as the FBI will investigate the judge in the case.
A petition has been launched to have Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf take a hard look at Meek Mill's recent probation violation case.
In just a year since being freed from prison, Gucci Mane's lawyers filed a motion to have the Atlanta rapper's probation end two years early.
Rick Ross and Meek Mill have a lot more in common than Hip-Hop music, as both men have been fighting respective legal battles. The Maybach Music Group boss visited Meek in Philadelphia, and the pair took to Snapchat to show off their ankle monitors.
It’s as though Chris Brown nowadays is more preoccupied with positive forward movement in life. What with campaigning for his X album, a more balanced relationship with on-and-off girlfriend Karrueche, and now, a stamp of approval from the judge as probation is about to end, Breezy’s making news for the right reasons.
There was nothing funny about Kevin Hart being busted for DUI back in April. Today in court (August 5), the comedian pled no contest to one count of DUI in order to get off with just probation and some alcohol education classes.