Meek Mill won’t be facing a felony charge for allegedly riding a dirt bike in New York City last week, TMZ reports.
The “Wins and Losses” rapper got a win after prosecutors decided not to charge him with felony reckless endangerment. Meek was instead charged with two misdemeanors for reckless endangerment and reckless driving.
Meek was arrested after police saw poppin wheelies during a music video shoot in Harlem.
An NYPD spokesman told the New York Daily News they saw Meek Mill post footage of himself on Instagram popping wheelies with no helmet. Police told the New York Post that Meek put “himself and others at great risk of injury.”
Meek must complete a driving improvement program before his next court date in October.