Christmas is coming early for Meek Mill and his fans. The rapper will be released from prison today (Dec. 2), according to a source at ‘FOX 29 News.’

‘FOX 29' reporter Dave Schratwieser posted information on Twitter about the 'I'ma Boss' MC's release Tuesday morning. “.@FOX29philly Source: Philly Rapper Meek Mill to be released from prison early today. Must do community serv. & treatment. No travel.#fox29,” he wrote.

Meek has been incarcerated since July, when he was sentenced for a parole violation and remained in custody despite appeals from his legal team. Upon his release, the rhymer will have to do an undisclosed amount of community service and remain within the city limits of Philadelphia.

Prior to being locked up, the Maybach Music Group signee was gearing up to drop his highly-anticipated sophomore album, ‘Dreams Worth More Money,’ which was pushed back due to his jail time. A new album release date has yet to be announced.

Another 'FOX 29' reporter shared information about the terms of his release, which prohibit him from touring the world until he also completes anger management classes. "Meek's early release conditions no travel no tour gigs until community service&anger mgmt counceling complete @fox29philly," Steve Keeley wrote.

Will his inability to leave Pennsylvania for tours and promo delay Meek's LP even further? Knowing the rapper, he'll most likely bless his supporters with a follow-up to the Boosie Badazz-assisted ‘F--- You Mean’ while we wait and see.

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