Meek Mill Is Officially Home From Jail

After being ordered to serve three to six months of jail time back in July, Meek Mill has been released today (Dec. 2). When denied an early release in August, the MMG rapper was reportedly slated to remain in jail until October. An initial appeal was also overruled immediately following his sentence. Earlier today, a source to Fox 29 Philly reports that Meek Mill would be a free man at some point today. He will reportedly be required to do community service and undergo anger management treatment:

Following the initial report, Fox 29’s Steve Keely detailed the stipulations of Meek’s early release.

This evening, Rick Ross made the official announcement that Meek Mill is home:

Before his jail stint, Meek Mill was scheduled to release his sophomore effort, Dreams Worth More Than Money. Though Rick Ross has commented on the prospect of him recording new music after he is released, a drop date for the project has not been pinned down. We’re sure the “Welcome Home Meek Mill” turn up will be real. Image and video hosting by TinyPic