Rick Ross has released a statement regarding the status of Meek Mill’s Dreams Worth More Than Money album, which was slated for a September 2 release.
“MMG and Meek Mill have decided to release Dreams Worth More Than Money at a future date,” Rick Ross says in a statement, according to MTV. “In true MMG fashion, Meek has dedicated himself to perfecting his sophomore project and it is only right that it should be rolled out exceptionally well. MMG also wants his fans to know that Meek is doing great and he wants to hear from you. So write him at.
CEC Hoffman Hall
3950B D Steet
Philadelphia, PA 19124
In the meantime, keep looking out for new music from the project, keep supporting Meek and KEEP DREAMING! #MMG4LIFE.”
Last month, it was reported that Meek Mill will remain in jail until at least October 11.
The rapper went before a judge August 18 and asked to be released from jail in order to return to his career and to support his son and others. Instead, the judge ordered the Philadelphia artist to take anger management classes and a parenting class.
The MMG rapper has been on probation for about five years and has not been accused of committing any crimes during that time, according to reports, though he failed a drug test in 2014 and also appeared to feature a gun in a music video this year. His attorney said that he had a prescription for the OxyContin after an injury and that the weapon used in the video was a water pistol, not an actual gun.