Meek Mill Reportedly Not Allowed To Leave Philadelphia While Out On Bail

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On Tuesday night, Meek Mill was released from prison. He also said that he still does not feel free even if he is already outside his prison cell after being sentenced in November to spend two to four years behind bars for violating his probation on his drug and gun charges conviction.

'I haven't slept one minute since I've been out of prison, ' Meek told Holt.

The sit-down will focus on the rapper's almost six-month stint behind bars, his release on bail, and his plans for the future.

'While the past five months have been a nightmare, the prayers, visits, calls, letters and rallies have helped me stay positive, ' Nicki Minaj's ex added.

The "All Eyes on You" hitmaker - whose real name is Robert Williams - was granted bail by the Supreme Court after they overruled a previous decision made by Genece Brinkley, who had been the judge in his case.

Periods of the brief clip show Meek in various instances, including his pick-up in a helicopter from Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin, who hosted the hometown hero at the team's playoff showdown on Tuesday against the Miami Heat. I believe God is my first lawyer.

Mill says many jailed people now counting on himAP Photo PAPHQ201, PAPHQ101, PACS102, PACS101, PACS103, PAPHQ102, PACS108Rapper Meek Mill says he believes a lot of important people are depending on him now that he's out of prison.

He said he planned to focus on getting his convictions overturned, and that he looks forward to resuming his music career.

. And I'm not talking about public officials, I'm talking about the men that are depending on me and are going through the same thing I'm going through'.

The statement continued: "Although I'm blessed to have the resources to fight this unjust situation, I understand that many people of color across the country don't have that luxury and I plan to use my platform to shine a light on those issues". "This is about how he can be the symbolic change agent that was needed for major criminal justice reform".

The rapper wore a Joel Embiid jersey and sat courtside during the game. Mill rang the ceremonial bell and met with some of the players before the game started.