Meek Mill’s Felony Record Officially Expunged as He Preps for Joint Album Release

    Philadelphia native Meek Mill has announced that his felony record has been formally expunged, marking a significant moment in his life. The news was shared during a recent appearance on The Morning Hustle alongside his longtime collaborator Rick Ross.

    Meek Mill revealed that his criminal record was still affecting his life as it continued to show him as a felon. However, after several months, he received a letter confirming the official clearance of his record, bringing an end to this chapter of his life.

    Rick Ross, who was present during the conversation, expressed his joy at the news, exclaiming, “That boy Meek Mill record clear!”

    This development comes after Meek Mill was granted a pardon by the governor of Pennsylvania in January. The pardon, signed by Governor Tom Wolf, recognized Meek Mill’s prior convictions and absolved him of their legal consequences.

    Meek Mill took to Instagram to express his gratitude, promising to do more for his community and stating, “Thankyall. I’m only gone do more for my community on god! #newlevelsunlocked.”

    Governor Wolf’s commitment to pardons was evident as he issued 369 of them at the start of the year, bringing his total number of pardons issued since taking office in 2015 to 2,540. He emphasized the importance of second chances and how a record can hinder positive progress in an individual’s life. With this expungement, Meek Mill can now focus on his upcoming joint album with Rick Ross, titled “Too Good To Be True,” and continue contributing to his community.

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