Meek Mill, who is due in court next month for a probation violation hearing, has been racking up dozens of hours doing charitable work as of late. However, the Philly rapper claims that his efforts, which seem to come with very good timing, have nothing to do with his upcoming court appearance.

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According to reports the Philly rapper has been traveling around Philly giving motivational speeches as well as helping out at schools, homeless shelters and hospitals. His latest good deed was pledging $50,000 to the Flint Child and Family Health Development Fund, which is dedicated to fighting the adverse effects of ingesting lead-filled water. In addition to his huge monetary donation, Meek also sent 60,000 bottles of JUST Water to the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan.

Do you think Meek Mill is just trying to look good for the judge or are his efforts sincere? Sound off below.