Maybach Music Group’s Meek Mill is going to have a chance at freedom again. The jailed hip-hop artist is reportedly expected to appear in court this spring and reason why he should be immediately released from a 2-4-year probation violation punishment.
According to reports, Meek Milly is now set to appear in court on April 16 to hopefully have his conviction overturned.
Recently, Meek’s attorney Joe Tacopina reacted to a major revelation about the Philadelphia District Attorney’s fice having a secret list suspected corrupt cops.
This week, MMG boss Rick Ross referenced the drama surrounding an police ficer allegedly lying to get Meek behind bars 10 years ago.
Ross actually referenced a The Inquirer story about an ex-ficer accusing a former colleague this week lying under oath a decade ago to get Meek pinned to gun and drug charges.