Much has been made of Meek Mill’s former street life throughout the tenure of his career. Now, it looks like the rising rap star had to make an appearance in court today on account of prior felony charges.

According to a recent report for Fox 29, the Maybach Music Group star took to a Philadelphia court house today for a status hearing from previous charges. The trial stems from his 2008 gun and drugs charges, for which he served an 11 month sentence in prison.

Meek’s attorney Lou Savino told Fox 29 that the rapper’s appearance in court today was a routine hearing as a part of his probation. However, the judge did warn the Philly emcee not to mention the D.A. handling his case in any of his lyrics, as he had previously done in the song “The Ride.”

DX will keep you updated as more information comes to light.

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