Things just keep looking up for Meek Mill. Less than a week after getting released from prison, Meek had the conditions of his bail amended last week by Judge Genece Brinkley, the same judge who has been called out by the rapper’s legal team for having a “personal vendetta” against him. Brinkley reportedly signed the order on Friday.
According to TMZ, Meek has been approved to travel outside of Pennsylvania's Montgomery County for business activities, which essentially means that he can perform at shows outside of Philadelphia. He’s just required to submit any travel plans to the probation department 72 hours in advance.
It didn’t take long for Meek to take full advantage of his new travel privileges. He was spotted heading to the Zuma restaurant Friday night with 76ers owner Michael Rubin in New York City after a business meeting with Roc Nation’s management team.
On the day of his prison release earlier this month, Meek was whisked away to watch the Sixers close out their first-round series against the Miami Heat. The rapper was also given the opportunity to ring the ceremonial bell prior to the game. Meek has just been enjoying life since getting out of jail and we can’t be mad at that.
Another amended part of his probation allows him to live in Montgomery County, as opposed to the original plan that required him to live in the neighboring Philadelphia county. All that is asked of Meek is that he submit a urine test at least once per month.