Big Meech Not Coming Home!
It has been reported that Big Meech will not be released from prison anytime soon. The legendary drug kingpin has been denied access due to disciplinary violations while in prison.
According to sources from All Hip Hop, it was reported that Big Meech had a good chance of coming home. He was going to have a 30-year sentence counted as time served while at home. New reports in legal documents show that Big Meech has had a lot of problems during his time in prison.
It appears that he will be getting out a few years earlier than expected. His paperwork reveals that he currently only had 100 months left remaining on his sentence. Big Meech decided to appeal his sentence when his brother Terry “Southwest T” Flenory was granted permission to be released from prison early. His appeal was fatally denied.
Due to his records of being in solitary confinement repeatedly and some of his behavior helps the judge make the decision of keeping him behind bars just a little bit longer.
Big Meech and the Black Mafia Family
Big Meech was apart of the Black Mafia Family which was founded back in 1989. Being the most prominent drug kingpins throughout the city of Los Angelos, they had direct links to the Mexican drug cartel. The Black Mafia had two main bases, one in Atlanta and the other in Los Angelos. The base in Atlanta was run by Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory which handled all of the incoming shipments, while the one in Los Angelos was run by his brother Terry, who is also known as Southwest T. Terry handled the incoming shipments from Mexico.
The Black Mafia family tried to take their success by entering the music business. They created BMF Entertainment in the early 2000s, just to cover up the illegal money they had from making cocaine sales. BMF Entertainment took in artists such as Fabulous and Young Jeezy. Later, BMF soon got very popular in the hip-hop industry for its high and fancy extravagant lifestyle.
The Black Mafia success soon came to an end in 2005, due to the Drug Enforcement Administration indicting members and securing convictions by targeting the Flenory brothers. The brothers were both sentenced to 30 years in prison. Over 150 other members were arrested, including another estimated 2500 people who were associated with them. Once the investigation ended, prosecutors allegedly made over $270 million during the course of the operations.