Meek Mill won’t be just relegated to spelling out L’s in cash on social media during his 90-day stint on house arrest. A judge has allowed the Philly rapper to release music to “protest his brand, and the drops must be free.
Sources connected to the case tell us Meek got an order of clarification 2 weeks after his sentencing. The judge had said he could not record ANY music during his 90 days of house arrest, but then spelled it out in more detail.
We’re told the rule is Meek can release music in order to “protect his brand,” but it has to be on FREE platforms like SoundCloud and YouTube.
This explains why he dropped that remix of Drake’s “Summer Sixteen” a few days ago. It was totally legal … just ill-advised.
Surely Meek fans won’t be complaining about that little, free.99 detail.
But remember Meek, your parole officer is always listening.
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Source: Hip Hop Wired