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Meek Mill can’t catch a break even while catching a break.

One condition of the rapper’s current house arrest sentence is that he can’t record new music for 90 days. Therefore, when he dropped a remix of Drake’s “Summer Sixteen” earlier this month, a lot of folks were scratching their heads wondering if Meek was trying to get himself thrown in jail.

Well, according to TMZ, a Philadelphia judge has clarified the bit about recording music. Meek can put out new tunes to protect his brand, he just can’t sell that music. The music has be distributed for free using platforms like YouTube or SoundCloud. That means no profits from any material he puts out in the foreseeable future.

Meanwhile, the rapper’s girlfriend Nicki Minaj is no longer publicly claiming him and the comment section of his social media are being flooded with “4/29” references … the date Drake will drop his highly anticipated Views from the Six album. Meek stay losing.


All The Tears: Drake’s “God’s Plan” Video Is #GivingGoals



It’s no secret that Drake’s been on a giving spree while in Miami. From college kids to hotel workers and everyone in between, the rapper has been changing lives one dollar at a time — and now we can see it all in action.

Clearly, it was “God’s Plan” for Drizzy to take his entire budget for his music video and spend it on various residents and workers in Florida’s hot spot city. That’s right almost a million bucks — $996,631.90 to be exact — was slotted for Drake to shoot the visuals for his latest hit but instead he used all the money to make a difference. And in doing so, he made us cry … multiple times. Just watch the video below.

In a statement the self-professed “6god” said this video was “the most important thing” he’s ever done. We’d agree.

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