Meek Mill Clarifies Second Album Release Date Mix Up + Sued For Wrecking Mansion

Meek Mill has some good news and some bad news.

During the Grammy’s, Meek Mill rented a mansion out in Los Angeles for the week. On his week-long lease, it was ruled that he could not have any parties on the premises but of course he broke that rule. He had a huge party in the glass mansion and when a fight broke out the cops were called and everything was shut down. Though no one was arrested the Philly spitter was in big trouble with the landlord and is now facing a lawsuit for wrecking the house. The house was reportedly left with broken furniture, broken glass and damaged landscaping. The owner has slapped him with a lawsuit for the damages, breaking the lease and for have about 994 people trespassing on the premises according to TMZ.

On a brighter note, Meek may have new music dropping next week. Revolt tweeted that the MMG rep’s second album Dreams Worth More Than Money is due out on Apr. 14th. The post was later deleted and  Meek took to Twitter this morning to clarify the album’s release but did not announce a date.

DWMTM will be his first project since being released from prison last December.


Related Stories