Meek Mill has another victory in court. In March, the Philadelphia rapper was charged with misdemeanor assault after an alleged airport altercation in St. Louis. Now, he’s struck a deal to have the case dismissed, according to TMZ.
As part of the deal, Meek had to perform community service, which he’s already done at the Veterans Association in Philly, as per Mill’s lawyer, Joe Tacopina.
Earlier this month, Meek also accepted a deal in a separate reckless driving case. The rapper also had to complete community service hours in order to have that incident expunged from his record. He must also avoid problems with the law for six months.
It’s been a busy year for Meek in and out of the courtroom. In July, he released his third studio album, Wins & Losses, which debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200.
Earlier today, Meek also teased a new song on Instagram with the caption: “Okkkkkkk I’m reloaded….. MMG X DC.”