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Lil Meech – Photo credit: LilMeechBMF Twitter Check out the full length interviewwith Lil Meech, son of BMF’s Big Meech, and 4 sho Entertainment.
In Part 1 of the interview, Lil Meech reminisced about his childhood memories with his infamous father and his plans to produce music.
He also talks about Internet imposters on social media seeking to gain notoriety by claiming to be him. He assures that he is the one & only son of the former kingpin.
Follow ‘Lil Meech’ on Twitterand IG for exclusive childhood pics of him with his father, as well as him living the lifestyle kicking it with various celebrities and friends.
In 2011, Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory spoke exclusively with author Cavario Here about his past life as one of the biggest drug dealers to ever “move dat dope.”
In the interview below, Big Meech calls in from prison to discuss his past dealings and how he touched billions of dollars as the head honcho of the Black Mafia Family. At the time of his indictment and arrest, he had accumulated an estimated worth of $270 million.
“Every entertainer or athlete wants to live like they’re selling kilos…Everybody wants to live like they’re selling dope. It’s the American dream.”
In the interview, the former drug kingpin paints a vivid picture of his extreme wealth:
“If you told them that a black man was living like that, doing what I was doing, they’d think you was lying,” he says. “No one was more liquid than me. I could grab a million dollars, throw it out the…
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The letter confirms that 50 and producer Randall Emmett’s project has Meech’s full blessing, while any other BMF project that may be in the works is “100% faking.”
According to Hip Hop Wired, there was chatter of a BMF project with Benny Boom’s name attached to a possible movie back in 2012.
Clearly, Big Meech didn’t co-sign it.
Peep Meech’s letter:
Another 50 Cent Instagram post instructs would be actors to be ready with an agent when he reveals auditions will go down for roles.
Stay Tuned! More to come as more information becomes available.
Remember when I wrote that if Executive Producer 50 Cent wanted to make this Black Mafia Family project a monumental success, then he would need to:
A.) consult with the heads of BMF, Big Meech & Terry every step of the way
B.) consult with the hood for talent and a co-sign.
Welp it looks like I might have been right on point with my predictions. Ms. Flenory, the mother of Big Meech & Terry posted on Twitter stating that her sons want 50 to find raw talent to portray their life stories.
Check back in for more info as it becomes available, including casting dates & locations!
Big Meech & Terry Flenory’s mom, Ms Flenory — known as Lady Flen on social media — posted this #ComingSoon update regarding the highly anticipated BMFproject. The series isset to becentered around her sons and their infamous reign as the “Black Mafia Family” drug cartel.
Isn’t it exciting to see it coming to life? It will be interesting to see how the story is portrayed on prime tv.
Will YOU be watching?
Stay tuned for more information on casting and locations.
Up & coming actor Demetrius Shipp Jr. had some humongous shoes to fill as Tupac in the new Benny Boom directed film, “All Eyes On Me.” In the video interview below, he speaks on preparing for such an undertaking.
From the looks of the film’s trailer, Demetrius did a fine job filling those 2Pac shoes. The Internet streets would be ablaze right now otherwise.
Hope to see the movie out soon. It’s definetly another NWA -type box office smash if they promote it right.
Check out this scathing eye opening short documentary in which Hov addresses the war on drugs in the US.
Why are white men poised to get rich doing the same thing African-Americans have been going to prison for?
New York Times:
This short film, narrated by Jay Z (Shawn Carter) and featuring the artwork of Molly Crabapple, is part history lesson about the war on drugs and part vision statement. As Ms. Crabapple’s haunting images flash by, the film takes us from the Nixon administration and the Rockefeller drug laws — the draconian 1973 statutes enacted in New York that exploded the state’s prison population and ushered in a period of similar sentencing schemes for other states — through the extraordinary growth in our nation’s prison population to the emerging aboveground marijuana market of today.
We learn how African-Americans can make up around 13 percent of the United States population…
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