It's a good day to free Meek Mill and we're more than ecstatic to know that the "1942 Flows" rapper has confirmed to be released from jail. Everyone's been rooting for his release, from Slovanian Olympic athletes to the 76ers owner Michael Rubin. Now that he's been released, the rapper has shared his first statements as a free man.

Meek Mill took to social media to share his appreciation for his fans and supporters who've been riding with him throughout this tumultuous journey through the justice system. he outpouring support that he received from prison helped him keep his positivity. The rapper thanked Jay-Z and the Roc Nation team, Desiree Perez, Michael Rubin, who's stood alongside him throughout his sentence as well as the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

"To the Philly District Attorney’s office, I’m grateful for your commitment to justice. I understand that many people of color across the country don’t have that luxury and I plan to use my platform to shine a light on those issues." He wrote on Twitter.

Shortly after news of his release from prison emerged, it was reported by TMZ that Michael Rubin will be picking him up from jail. Rubin's been one of the main people who has helped facilitate several of the high profile celebrity guests he had in jail. In addition, the rapper shared a photo on his Instagram page alongside Kevin Hart and Rubin with the caption reading, "Let's go Sixers." Maybe we'll end up seeing Meek Mill at the Sixers Game tonight against the Miami Heat.