Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill is playing it safe. The hip-hop star has reportedly agreed to a deal related to his recent New York City reckless driving arrest.
According to reports, he has to go into 2018 without a law enforcement run-in and complete a grip of community service.
According to the DA’s office … the rapper accepted a deal that will see the arrest wiped from his record if he can go 6 months without getting popped again. He also agreed to 30 hours of community service … and he’s already done 20. Meek’s attorney, Joe Tacopina, tells us … “This swift resolution vindicates Meek and clearly shows how outrageous the police department’s conduct is in this case.” (TMZ)
Earlier this month, Meek blessed fans with a few in-studio pics.
Recently, Meek teased fans with a preview of his new “Cartier” music video.
Last month, Meek teased fans with a clip of his new savage bars.