Meek Mill just got himself into some major trouble and for once, it's not because of anything he said on social media.
The Philly rapper is now facing a misdemeanor assault charge after getting into an altercation at the St. Louis International Airport yesterday. According to TMZ, things went left after an airline employee tried to get a picture with Meek; Meek wasn't feeling it, and a fight broke out.
After airport police were called, Meek and the two airplane employees were charged with misdemeanor assault and rather than getting arrested, were given summons to appear in court. Meek is currently on probation so this could mean big trouble for him if a judge rules this incident as a violation.
Meanwhile, the two airline employees, Justin Card and De'Angelo Webb, have spoken out on the incident, saying things got messy after they asked to take a picture together and Meek said no. They accused Meek of not showing his fans any love, and when Meek and his crew returned to the airport the following day, things popped off from there. Both Card and Webb claim that they were just defending themselves, but unfortunately for both men, the incident cost them their jobs. You can watch their take on the situation below.
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