Meek Mill has accepted a deal in his reckless driving case, which stems from an August music video, where he was arrested after an alleged motorcycle stunt in New York.
The Philly rapper must undergo 30 hours of community service and go six months without being arrested again, in order for the incident to be expunged from his record. According to TMZ, he has already completed 20 hours of community service.
“This swift resolution vindicates Meek and clearly shows how outrageous the police department’s conduct is in this case,” said Mill’s lawyer, Joe Tacopina.
Mill was charged with a felony for allegedly popping wheelies during a music video shoot in the Empire State back in August. Since then, prosecutors reduced it to two misdemeanor charges and the judge ordered him to finish a driving improvement program.
After dropping his third album Wins & Losses in July, Mill recently unleashed collaborations with Tee Grizzley and Young Thug.