Meek Mill Celebrates His Criminal Record Officially Being Cleared of All Felonies - WhatsOnRap

Meek Mill's Criminal Record Has Officially Been Cleared of All Felonies

Meek Mill's Felony Record Officially Expunged, Signifying a Fresh Start
Meek Mill, the Philadelphia native and influential rapper, has triumphed over his troubled past. In an exciting revelation, Meek shared that his felony record has been officially expunged, marking a significant milestone for the artist.

During a recent appearance on The Morning Hustle alongside Rick Ross to promote their much-anticipated joint album, "Too Good To Be True," Meek took a moment to discuss this important development. He explained how his prior record continued to cast a shadow on his endeavors, even after significant progress had been made. However, he joyfully announced, "I got the letter yesterday telling me that my record is officially clean."

Rick Ross, clearly elated for his longtime collaborator, couldn't help but express his happiness, saying, "You already know! That boy Meek Mill record clear!"

This achievement follows Meek Mill's official pardon from the governor of Pennsylvania earlier this year. In January, he shared a certificate signed by Governor Tom Wolf, outlining his prior convictions and the decision to relieve him of their legal consequences.

The certificate states, "Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the State, at the City of Harrisburg, this 12th day of January in the year of our Lord 2023. By the governor, Tom Wolf."

Meek Mill's gratitude was evident in his caption: "Thankyall. I’m only gone do more for my community on god! #newlevelsunlocked."

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