In March 2011, Mill was included in XXL's "Freshman Class of 2011".
Because of the beating, his lips and both eyes became swollen and one of his braids was ripped out.
He was charged with assaulting the police after two black cops gave a statement against him in the case, saying he chased them down with a gun and tried to kill them. In 2008, Mill released his fourth solo mixtape, Flamers 2: Hottest in tha City, which spawned the promotional singles "I'm So Fly," "Prolli," and "Hottest in the City." Flamers 2 caught the attention of Charlie Mack, founder and President of 215 Aphillyated Records. was also impressed by Mill and offered him an opportunity to travel, to meet with him and Warner Bros.
She also sometimes stole products from supermarkets and sold them. As a kid, he became acquainted with another of his dad’s brothers, Grandmaster Nell, who was a pioneering disc jockey (DJ) in the late-1980s Philadelphia hip-hop scene and influenced Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff. He was also influenced by the independent hip-hop artists Chic Raw and Vodka, whom he used to emulate by watching their DVDs.
During his early teenage years, Meek Mill often took part in rap battles, under the pseudonym Meek Millz.
In February 2012, MTV listed Meek Mill as the "#7 hottest MC" in their annual "Hottest MCs in the Game" list.
On June 19, 2012, "Amen" - originally included on Dreamchasers 2, was released as the lead single from Mill's debut studio album.
Typically the first thing done after someone catches an STD is look for someone to blame.
Then depending on the severity of the STD, and whether or not it's curable, the reaction of the person who caught the STD could be liable to go over the top with rage.
However, a setback occurred: Mill was arrested, charged with gun and drug possession, and ordered to serve seven months in prison. Under Grand Hustle, Mill formed a work relationship with the label's resident disc jockey, DJ Drama.