Meek Mill is living his best life!
For the first time since his release from Prison, Meek Mill jetted down to Miami for Rolling Loud, shocking guests with a 20-minute surprise performance.
While he saw a release last month, after serving nearly six months of a two-to-four-year sentence for probation violation, Meek took the stage, shouting: “It feels good to be back and free in front of the motherf–king people. They tried to take my freedom, they tried to crush my dreams. But now we in Miami going the f–k up. Let’s get it!”
Coming out to his ‘DC4‘ track “On The Regular,” Meek also performed “Issues,” “We Ball,” and “Dreams and Nightmares;” plus he brought out Tory Lanez to perform “Litty.”
Also, the 31-year-old brought out guests rappers Gunna and Lil Baby.
Additionally, prior to his debut on stage, DJ Khaled told the audience they were about to witness something “historic.”
So, Khaled shouted:
“Some people are chosen to go through storms, to overcome storms, to help other people in situations. Some people have dreams, some people have nightmares, some people just got to go through a lot of shit. But the key is to overcome. It’s about overcoming, moving forward, and representing love.”
Furthermore, following his release last month. Meek mentioned in a post-release statement:
“Although I’m blessed to have the resources to fight this unjust situation, I understand that many people of color across the country don’t have that luxury. I plan to use my platform to shine a light on those issues … I plan to work closely with my legal team to overturn this unwarranted conviction and look forward to reuniting with my family and resuming my music career.”
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— Tony M Centeno 🎧✍🏽 (@_tonyMC) May 13, 2018
🤯 SURPRISE! @MeekMill is the secret performer at @RollingLoud. After @djkhaled introduced him, Meek Mill spoke out against police corruption, thanked #FreeMeek supporters and stressed the need to fix the justice system. #RollingLoud pic.twitter.com/ReNv2zjMw5
— Brian A. Hernandez (@BAHjournalist) May 13, 2018