Meek Mill has been off house arrest for over a month now, but he still remains on probation, which he has been on for over a decade. Some of this is due to his own fault as he has violated his probation on two different occasions. One time in 2014, which resulted in a five month prison stay, and again in 2015, which lead to his 90-day house-arrest sentence. Either way, many people feel like 12 years on probation is enough. A group of passionate fans recently protested in downtown Philly in order to try to get the courts to end the rapper's obligations to the prison system.

A multitude gathered with signs that read, "End Meek's Probation Now," "12 Years Probation? Enough is Enough" and "Stop Probation Abuse End Meek Mill's Probation."

Karen Civil documented the rally on Twitter with a picture of protestors along with the caption, "Meek Mill supporters marched in a rally for injustice to protest Meek Mill's unlawful probation in Philly."

No word on whether this demonstration had any effect.

Meanwhile, the Dreamchasers MC is workinng on his upcoming project DC4. Frequent collaborating producer Jahlil Beats recently gave an update on the project on social medai saying “Yo, that DC4 is coming in the fall, that shit is ridiculous. Me and K was just at Meek’s house, heard the whole joint. He talking some real shit on that.”

This project will mark the end of an era for Meek as he has vowed not to rap about violence following this tape.

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