On Tuesday afternoon, Meek Mill was released from prison after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ordered a lower court to grant the 30-year-old rapper his freedom after posting bail. Shortly afterward the news was shared by Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin:

Rubin also shared that Meek would be spending at least part of the evening in attendance at the Wells Fargo Center to watch Game 5 of the Sixers and Heat's first-round series, which Philly currently leads 3-1. The Wins & Losses rapper made it in time to ring the ceremonial bell. The crowd accordingly went crazy.

 

On the way to the sixers game let’s go!!!! #meekfree

A post shared by Michael Rubin (@michaelgrubin) on Apr 24, 2018 at 3:49pm PDT

Upon arriving to the arena, Meek was given a greeting by the team that was shared by their social media feeds. Now it's on the squad to close this series out.