Meek Mill got outta the house. That is, Meek's finally off of house arrest. The Philly rapper had been stuck at the crib for the past several months. Starting on March 1, Meek had been ordered to serve 90 days on house arrest for violating the terms of his parole in a 2009 drug and gun case. He was found guilty of the violations back in December 2015.

It was a down ending for a year that had started so well for the hip-hop star. He'd released the critically-acclaimed Dreams Worth More Than Money last June, only to be eviscerated in the court of public opinion during his high profile beef with Drake. Then at the end of the year, he was found to be in violation of probation and faced the prospect of going to jail.

Thankfully, he was only hit with house arrest. Even that was supposed to end in early June, but wound up being extended due to Meek failing to complete his community service. Over the few months that he was home-bound, Mill reelased freestyles over tracks like "All the Way Up," by Fat Joe and Remy Ma, Desiigner's "Panda," and even Drake's "Summer Sixteen."

That's a busy way to be cooped up, but you have to believe Meek Mill had one helluva case of cabin fever.

So when he finally got his freedom, Mill headed straight for the Left Coast; he hit up Los Angeles and was spotted out at Playhouse Night Club Friday night with his crew and his girl, Nicki Minaj. The rapper announced the "Return of Meek Mill: Debut On a Friday" party via Instagram.

Check out some of the IG pics below:




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