Meek Mill still going good. Since his release from prison the Philly rapper been on front line in the prison reform movement. Now his looking to fix the educational system in his hometown. According to iheartradio, his looking to partner with his billionaire friends to build a "super school" in his hometown Philadelphia.

“Since they got like 30 abandoned schools in Philly …. can we buy one and build a super school in our own neighborhood! I hang wit a lot of billionaires that really care about education .. “all we need is one school to start!” Meek tweet.

Meek Mill is no stranger to the poverty and lower income class of Philadelphia. The harsh reality of the environment in the street he was forced to grow up in could be heard in his music. Being raised by a single mother and losing his father as a young boy, the rapper was force to became a man before his time. Making not so good decisions leading him to prison as a teenager, which would follow him for more then 10 years into his rap career. Meek and his billionaire friends ( as he calls them ) are rumored to buy over 30 vacant schools reported from, radio.com. One of his billionaire friends is 76er’s owner Michael Rubin. The Philly native and 76er's owner created a plan to finance and build a "free" charter school.

Im super excited that Meek Mill is doing this for his city. Many artist dont go back to the community in which they grew up and try to help improve it. Meek has shown he is not one of them people. His nonprofit organization Dream Chasers has renovated basketball courts, held thanksgiving food drives ), book bag drive and much more.  I'm excited to see what else he has in his sleeve.