Meek Mill released from jail

Christmas is coming early for the Philly rapper, who is reportedly set to be released from Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility some time today. 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.

Update: Meek Mill has been released.

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Damn I gotta buy Deen a new foot lol I'm back tho! 📷 @willknows

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My hood right nowwwww!

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Welcome Home!!!

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Update: NBC says City prisons spokeswoman Shawn Hayes said Mill, aka Robert Williams, will be released Tuesday.

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.

Meek has yet to speak from any of his social media accounts, but we’ll keep you updated on his release.

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