Meek Mill pleaded guilty to reckless driving for driving motorcycles and ATVs recklessly in Upper Manhattan in August.
Rapper Meek Mill took a dismissal deal Wednesday that will leave him with no criminal record for popping a wheelie on a dirt bike in Manhattan.
Mill, whose given name is Robert Williams, was busted last summer after footage surfaced of him on social media riding without a helmet, doing wheelies and illegally turning. The Aug. 16 stunt was filmed as part of a music video shoot in Inwood.
The “So Fly” crooner must complete 30 hours of community service and stay out of trouble for six months. If he complies, the charges against him — one count each of reckless endangerment and reckless driving — will be dropped.