On Tuesday Dream Chaser Meek Mill, who real name is Robert Williams, plead guilty to possession of a firearm without a license, which is a misdemeanor, in a Philadelphia courtroom. In return Philadelphia States City prosecutors dropped all charges extending from his 2007 arrest. Back in 2007 Meek Mill was arrested at the age of 19 on drugs and illegal gun possession charges, via Billboards. Now questionable Officer Reginald Graham testified that a young Meek Mill pointed a gun at police officers as they entered into the alleged apartment where drug activity was happening. The Philadelphia rapper was sentenced to 8 months and 5 years on probation in 2008 by Judge Genece Brinkley. Who would later violated him several more times and extend his probation. In 2014 Brinkley violated Williams, and sentenced him to 2 years for popping a wheelie, sending a outrage though the black community, sparking the #FREEMeekMill protest around the United States.

“He was adult enough to admit he had a gun, so we feel this is appropriate,” prosecutors said.

Since his recent release Meek has been very much involved in the criminal reform movement, becoming the famous face for #prisonreform and working in the communities, reported from The Source, prosecutors had every reason to close his case. Meek Mill is no longer on probation and no felons. He been spending lost time with his son and family, traveling and most importantly making music. His documentary "#FREEMEEK" is now on Amazon Prime, telling the story of his 2017 arrest for probation violations. A re-investigation of his original case explores allegations of police corruption as Meek becomes the face of a justice reform movement.