According to Philadelphia’s Fox 29, the rapper is in custody at the moment and the District Attorney had concerns about the rapper’s attitude during his probation. His attitude is definitely cause for the DA to be concerned as only recently, on Wednesday, (July 9),
Meek Mill posted a photo on Instagram of what appears to be three women brandishing firearms. A day before that Meek Mill took to social media and blasted label mate, Wale, calling him a “cornball.” Meek Mill also responded Tuesday to a new round of threats from fellow City of Brotherly Love rapper, Louie V Gutta. Earlier this week, Meek Mill also aided victims of a fire in his hometown and revealed the release date and the cover art of his forthcoming Dreams Worth More Than Money album.