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Rick Ross Hopes Meek Mill Can Come Home For The Holidays

Could it be more than a dream?

Rick Ross says he doesn't know exactly when Meek Mill is going to get out of prison, but he sure hopes the rapper can make it home for the holidays.

Ross said that he spoke to Meek a few days ago, and while he's trying not to get his hopes up again he's optimistic about how soon it will be.

"The big homie, he was sentenced to six months off the rip," Ross said in a recent interview with Hot 97. "We done got our hopes up a couple of times so I said I wasn’t going to feed into that again."

"When he come home, he come home," Ross continued. "At worst, it won’t be more than a month at this point. So we just ready for the big homie to get to the crib. Hopefully he can spend the holidays with us and kick 2015 off.”

Meek Mill was sentenced to three to six months in prison for probation violation in July. That same month, a judge denied his request for early parole.

Ross said he would support Meek Mill through his legal woes. “I created MMG years ago, my desire was to create a space where the most talented artists in the world could be nurtured and supported," Rawse said back then. "I vowed to support these artist, through the good and the bad.”

Mill’s incarceration has also delayed his sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money. But it hasn't stopped everything with Meek.

Even while he’s been locked up, the rapper has still smiled for photos, delivered a message to his fans via August Alsina, tweeted and released a new song featuring Boosie Badazz.