Meek Mill's freedom from prison and return to music is one of hip-hop's most fascinating, and inspiring stories right now, and Meek is making sure that he's living every moment to its fullest.

Meek Mill's performance at Summer Jam yesterday, his first headlining performance since he was released from prison, found him paying homage to his fraught history with dirt bikes with him coming out onto the stage while popping a wheelie on a 4-wheeler ATV. He then proceeded to jump right into a performance of "Dreams and Nightmares (Intro)" to the adoring screams of the crowd. 

This was, of course, a massive flipping of the bird to the Pennsylvania criminal justice system, but more specifically to Judge Genece Brinkley, who sentenced Meek to prison for doing the same thing on a dirt bike in the street. She was also the Judge who sentenced him to his ten years of probation originally.

However, thanks to the tireless work of Meek, his legal team, and the millions of fans that supported him, Meek is now freed from imprisonment, and can do as many wheelies as he wants (provided they're on the Summer Jam stage, mind you).

Meek and his lawyers are continuing to fight to have Judge Brinkley removed from his case for a variety of reasons that they believe make her unfit to act as a justice. However, in the mean time, Meek will continue to pursue his comeback. Check out footage of Meek performing his stunt in the tweets below.