Meek Mill Celebrates Beating The Streets After Getting Off Probation

Rihmeek is free from the system.

(AllHipHop News) Robert “Meek Mill” Williams is no longer under the supervision of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Yesterday, news broke that the Philadelphia-raised rapper pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor firearms gun possession charge, ending an 11-year legal battle. 

Meek had been on probation since being convicted in 2008. In July, the Pennsylvania Superior Court overturned the felony conviction and ordered a new trial in the drug and gun possession case.

The “Stay Woke” spitter addressed his newfound freedom on Twitter. Meek told his 8.2 million followers, “I really put that sh*t behind me today ….. I beat the streets.”

Since being released from state prison in 2018 for a probation violation, Meek Mill has become an advocate for criminal justice reform. He joined with Roc Nation founder Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter, Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, CNN political contributor Van Jones, and others to launch the REFORM Alliance.