Maybach Music Group’s Meek Mill has confirmed his long-awaited return following a stint behind bars on a probation violation last summer.
Meek alerted fans of his status by posting up a post-jail picture onto Instagram Tuesday (December 2).
Check out how Rick Ross and Stalley welcomed Meek back right here…
Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross and group member Stalley welcomed Mill home on their social media pages Tuesday.
— Yung Rénzél 🏇 (@RickRoss) December 2, 2014
— Stalley (@Stalley) December 2, 2014
Initial reports claimed Meek would skim weeks off his original sentence.
Meek was sentenced to jail time in July for a parole violation, and despite numerous efforts from his legal team, wasn’t due to be released until January 11, 2015. According to FOX 29’s Steve Keeley, Meek has been ordered to complete community service and anger management counseling, and won’t be allowed to venture outside of Philadelphia (meaning no tour dates) until those demands are met. (Miss Info TV)
Instead of making any bold predictions, Ross recently said he hoped Meek would return before New Year’s Day.
“Uh, you know, I spoke to him,” Ross said in an interview. “You know, the big homie was sentenced to six months off the rip. We done got our hopes up a couple of times so I said I wasn’t going to feed into the again, when he come home, he come home. At worst it won’t be more than a month at this point. So we just ready for the big homie to get to the crib. Hopefully he can spend the holidays with us and kick 2015 off.” (Hot 97)
Recently, Ross said the MMG team would not put up a fight and, instead, anxiously await Meek’s release.
“We’ve got our hopes up and spirits up on several occasions – at the end of the day, the judge said it was potentially up to six months. She wanted to sit him down and give him certain courses she felt he needed to go over. We’re not gonna fight the system, we gonna work with her and whatever she need and whatever she asking for so the homie can get home as soon as possible. That’s what we got, if you stretch it all the way [it’s about] six months.” (“The Breakfast Club”)