The 81-year-old comedian had spent the first four months of his sentence in special housing unit as he acclimated to conditions in prison.
The Ruff Ryder rapper replaced Ja Rule, who had previously been booked to perform.
The rapper was sentenced to a year in prison for tax evasion back in March.
The rapper has been incarcerated since November as he awaits his trial on federal racketeering charges.
McFarland pleaded guilty to multiple counts of fraud.
In a new interview with The Blast, he says evidence compiled for his recent trial proves his case.
The rap mogul was arrested and charged with murder after he used his vehicle to run over two men at a Los Angeles restaurant parking lot in 2015.
The 18-year-old “Gucci Gang” rapper told fans he’s “gotta go in and do a couple months.”
The decision comes after conversations with JAY-Z and others.
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania overturned Meek Mill’s controversial sentencing.
The disgraced pharmaceutical CEO will spend the next seven years in a federal prison in New Jersey.
Meek Mill speaks from prison in NBC Nightly News interview: “I think God put me in this position”: Watch
Host Lester Holt also talks to Philadelphia district attorney Larry Krasner, who provides new details regarding Meek’s legal battles.