First Lady of BMF radio interview with Detroit’s 107.5

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Check out the interview with BMF’s First Lady, Tonesha Welch, on HOT 107.5 radio show

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BMF: Terry “Southwest T” Flenory Reports In Live From Prison

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Terry Flenory, AKA Southwest T, 1/2 of the Flenory brothers currently incarcerated for running a multi million drug empire called into “The Morning Heat” show of his hometown Detroit and gave an exclusive interview from Florida prison.

Terry is the older brother and somewhat less flamboyant brother of Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory, with whom he headed the Black Mafia Family. According to the feds, Southwest T ran the west coast operation which distributed drugs from California to all of its other hubs in major US cities. Both brothers were sentenced to over 30 years in federal penitentiary.

Check out this new interview with Southwest T in which he gave insight about what the legacy of BMF really stood for, his opinion on the state of hip hop today, the BMF clothing line, police brutality and why Black Lives Matter.

Support the Sylent Heart Foundation coordinated by BMF wife–First Lady of BMF– Tonesha Welch, and help the Black Mafia Family rebuild lives and communities.

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Former Kingpin Rick Ross Arrested In Cali Holding Over $100K

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Freeway Ricky Ross, 55, the former Los Angeles kingpin that ruled the country at the height of the crack cocaine epidemic, was arrested last week on suspicion of possessing drug money, the New York Daily News reports.

According to the News, Ross was in possession of over $100,000 at the time of his arrest in the Emerald Triangle, “a region in northwestern California famous for legal and underground marijuana production.”

The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office cited an ongoing investigation but offered no further details.

According to the New York Daily News:

Ross — not to be confused with the gangsta rapper who took his real name as a stage name (and then got sued in a dismissed case) — was one of the most notorious drug runners of the 20th century, setting up a nationwide empire based in Los Angeles at the height of the nation’s crack epidemic in the…

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