Following his arrest for reckless endangerment in New York City back in August, Meek Mill has accepted a deal from the District Attorney's office. The Philadelphia rapper pleaded guilty to reckless driving for driving motorcycles and ATVs recklessly in the Inwood section of Manhattan over the summer.
In addition to accepting the plea, Meek has also agreed to performing 30 days of community service (20 of which have been completed). The charges against the rapper will be dismissed if he refrains from trouble for six months, ABC 7 reports.
Back in August, Meek was arrested on in New York City on reckless endangerment charges after NYPD caught the rapper and others riding dirt bikes in the Inwood section of Manhattan in a since-deleted clip on Instagram. He was arrested after an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.