Philadelphia-born rapper Meek Mill had to appear in court today (July 31st) as part of a routine hearing to deal with previous felony charges. The rapper, born Robert Williams, attended a status hearing for previous charges, for which he has served an eleven month prison sentence.
The conviction stems from gun and drug charges from 2008. Mill was previously paroled to house arrest but it has now been completed. Attorney Lou Savino told Fox 29 that the appearance was a routine hearing as a part of his probation.
Additionally, Mill was warned by the judge not to mention the D.A. handling his case in any of his lyrics. The rhymer had previously done so on his track, "The Ride."