The latest update on Meek Mill is that he can now perform outside of Philadelphia after his judge, Genece Brinkley, granted him to do so. This is the same judge that put him away orginally, and the same one that Meek has been striving remove from his case.
TMZ Reports that Brinkley changed the bail conditions, allowing him to handle business outside of Pennsylvania's Montgomery County, as long as he turns his travel plans into the probation department 72 hours prior. The amendment also allows Meek to live in Montgomery County.
Looks like things are looking up for Meek. Although he still has to turn in a urine test monthly, this is progress!