Meek Mill Releases “Ooh Kill ‘Em,” Judge Refuses To Let Him Move To Miami

    Meek Mill took his time responding to Kendrick Lamar's verse in "Control," but Meek stepped up and released a track, one of the few rappers Kendrick named in the song to actually do so. 

    But Meek might have finally gone too hard. A judge in Philly ruled that he could not move to Miami, where MMG bawse Rick Ross resides, despite praise from his etiquette instructor. 


    In May, Judge Genece Brinkley ordered Meek Mill to take etiquette classes to rectify his behavior and mannerisms in and out of court, in addition to his social media postings.

    However, despite Madison School of Etiquette and Protocol in Huntingdon Valley head Gail Madison's rave review of the rapper's progress after a four-hour session, Judge Brinkley denied the rapper's request to move to Miami, Florida. reports that Meek's etiquette lesson included discussions about responsibility, as well as receiving a 119-page binder addressing how to deal with challenges that are inherent in the entertainment industry.

    Meek reportedly showed up to court in a black suit and tie, and ultimately was able to get some of his probation conditions eased. Meek no longer has to get a travel voucher every 30 days, and no longer has to call his probation officer every time he travels to a different state.

    A track named "Ooh, Kill 'Em" probably doesn't fall under the category of good etiquette, but apparently Meek isn't great about returning calls from his parole officer, which is the main reason for the ruling. Miami will have to wait for another day.

    Until then, #FreeMeek.