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BMF Co-Founder Southwest T Speaks On Bloods & Crips In Prison

By HHL JT
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Earlier this week, Black Mafia Family co-founder Terry "Southwest-T" Flenory was released from a federal prison in Kentucky on COVID concerns.

T and his older and more famous brother Big Meech were sentenced to 30 years in 2008 for running a large scale drug empire.

Southwest recently had six years shaved off of his sentence, which had given him an expected release date of 2026.

He beat that by six years, thanks to the 'rona.  Since getting out, he got himself a haircut.  During the trim, he speaks on how they treat Bloods and Crips in prison.

Big Meech also tried to get out on COVID.  However, his appeal was turned down because he had been written up for having a phone and a weapon in his cell.

The BMF is said to have made $270 million during their run as drug dealers and rap promoters.  50 Cent has been trying to get some of that money back for T.

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