Meek Mill is officially a free man today.
The rapper confessed Tuesday morning to having a gun without a permit, the case initially being from 2007. Investigators have dropped every single other charge that prompted a long fight in court crossing over 10 years. “I realize this has been a lengthy, difficult experience for you and ideally this will be the part of the arrangement,” Leon Tucker told the rapper, reports NBC.
Philadelphia examiners praised his criminal equity change promotion and philanthropy work throughout the years since his underlying 2007 capture on medication and firearm charges. Investigators will be not re attempting the Philly emcee for different charges, making Meek authoritatively a liberated individual from all the court bothers.
“I wanted to thank everybody whoever stood for me,” Mill said to his fans after the court hearing. “I’m very thankful from the bottom of my heart.” A few days ago, Meek partnered with Amazon and Jay-Z for the Free Meek documentary which chronicled his battles with the legal system and ultimate victory.