Meek Mill, who late last year was sentenced to two to four years imprisonment, on Tuesday released from prison.
That reports TMZ.
The supreme court of Philadelphia ruled that the 30-year-old rapper, who is actually Robert Rihmeek William is called, may be released. It rejected therefore the decision of judge Genece Brinkley, who Meek Mill in the prison wanted to keep.
The prison sentence, Meek Mill was controversial because allegedly corrupt police officer involved in his case. In 2007, the rapper, convicted of drug and weapons possession, after which he started in 2009.
In 2015, got Meek Mill house arrest because he the conditions of his probation had been violated, and last year he was again arrested twice – once for a fight and once for reckless driving. That was for the right reason to bring him back to the prison to send. The rapper classified that statement as a vengeance of the court against him.
Meek Mill got endorsements from several other rappers, including Drake and his labelboss Jay-Z. Who last wrote a column in The New York Times, in which he claimed that Meek Mill has become a victim of the American legal system. “Black people are much more likely to return to prison than white. Against it we need to act.”
“I want God, my family, my friends, my attorneys, my team at Roc Nation, including Jay-Z, Desiree Perez, my good friend Michael Rubin, my fans, the supreme court, and all the others that I have defended, to thank,” says the rapper in a statement.
“In the past five months were a nightmare, but the prayers, visits, phone calls, letters and protests have helped me to stay positive.”