Meek Mill Returns To Philly In The Hopes Of Overturning 2008 Conviction

We're all still anxiously awaiting the decision of the Superior Court in Philadelphia to see if rapper Meek Mill's 10-year-old conviction will be overturned.

Meek returned to his home city today anticipating to hear of a decision made by a panel of judges on the appeals court according to NBC.

A Philadelphia judge sentenced Mill in November 2017 to two to four years in prison after a pair of arrests for minor parole violations, including for allegedly popping a wheelie on his motorcycle in New York City on the set of a music video.

Meek & his attorneys allegedly left court today, asking the judges for a new trial...

In which case, peep this video of Meek's return to Philly to straighten things out:

 
 
Meek Mill talks life on probation: "I couldn't go get my son from school"
Meek Mill talks life on probation: "I couldn't go get my son from school"
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