One of the first events ex-convict Meek Mill attended when he was released from prison was the Milano Di Rouge Fashion Show at One Liberty Place in Philadelphia on Saturday.
Meek, 30, was released from the state prison in Chester, PA, on Monday after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ordered his release. Meek was sentenced to serve 2-4 years after his latest probation violation in 2017.
Also attending the fashion show was Super Bowl champion Jalen Mill who reached out to Meek on Twitter.com after he was released from prison.
The Supreme Court is allowing Meek to reside in Montgomery County while he is out on bail. He is already complaining that he can't leave the state, but he is back in the studio recording. His fans can't wait for him to drop new music.
Many critics of the prison system say Meek should never have been incarcerated. But Meek has violated his probation multiple times since his original weapons charged in 2008. If anyone has been given multiple second chances, it's Meek Mill.