Meek Mill is FREE!!!!


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Story by Chris Palmer, Staff Writer @cs_palmer |

Meek Mill is free!!!

The rapper secured his release from prison Tuesday thanks to an order from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, bringing his controversial five-month incarceration to a close.
He celebrated by heading straight to the 76ers game, ringing the bell before tip-off and sitting courtside next to team co-owner Michael Rubin, comedian Kevin Hart, Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie, and Gov. Wolf.

But his struggle with the justice system didn’t end there. Here’s what we know about where things stand, and what might happen next.

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Jay-Z Shares A Glimpse of “Family Feud” Video Featuring Beyonce and Blue Ivy

Source: Robert Kamau / Getty Jay-Z’s “Family Feud” video is coming soon and it appears we’re going to be seeing a bit of his real family in this one. In the clip, Jay-Z takes it to the confessional, after walking down the altar with his eldest daughter, Blue Ivy. Beyonce also makes several cameos in…

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Jay-Z Leads With Eight Grammy Nominations — Latest Music Vibez

The Recording Academy announced the 60TH Annual Grammy Awards Nominees and Jay-Z leads all artists with eight nominations. JAY-Z leads this year’s Grammy’s with eight nominations. His album 4:44 brought him back into the spotlight, and reminded music fans everywhere, why he’s widely considered one of the greatest to ever do it. It’s odd to […]

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Castile’s girlfriend reaches settlement over police shooting



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Associated Press 

ST. ANTHONY, Minn. — The Minnesota city that employed a police officer who fatally shot black motorist Philando Castile during a traffic stop last year has reached a settlement with Castile’s girlfriend and her daughter, who were in the car with him when he was killed.
The St. Anthony City Council voted Tuesday night to pay $675,000 to Diamond Reynolds and her daughter, who was 4 years old when her father was killed. Reynolds also will receive $125,000 from the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust and the city of Roseville, where Reynolds was detained by police and questioned by the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension after the shooting.

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