Meek Mill performed for the first time since being released from prison at the Rolling Loud Festival and he shut it down, pyro technics and all. Thousands rapped along with Meek as he performed Dreams and Nightmares. Meek's performance has special meaning. Meek could have been sitting in jail but was recently released based on what could be bogus charges made by the officer involved in his first arrest years ago. Meek had been on probation for over 10 years never being able to move on with his life or career. In a recent interview with iHeart Radio's "Breakfast Club" Meek addresses Nicki, Drake and being incarcerated. Meek said anything he said or did could be used against him when it came to his probation officer. He said he couldn't even cross the bridge to see his son without calling his PO. Now that he's out and it seems as though the charges might be dropped all together Meek will be free.....literally. Meek did say that he would now use his voice to bring awareness to prison reform. #prisonreform.
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