Airing Of The Grievances: Big Meech, Southwest T Upset With Fmr. BMF Lieutenant

July 13, 2020 – The notorious Flenory brothers are not so happy with their former Black Mafia Family compatriot, Dexter (Sosa) Hussey, telling stories on YouTube about their historic reign in the dope game. Demetrius (Big Meech) Flenory has voiced his displeasure in private, per sources, as he waits patiently in an Oregon federal prison for a decision by U.S. District Court Judge David Lawson in Detroit on his motion for compassionate release due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Terry (Southwest T) Flenory, released from prison in the spring after 15 years, is going public with his ill will and insinuating Sosa Hussey is an informant for the government.

Terry Flenory commented on Hussey’s multi-part interview with YouTube’s widely-popular VladTV that has been running in 5-minute segments for the last three months, on his Instagram account Monday. Flenory opened his account upon walking free in May and already has close to 200,000 followers.

“Dexter! AKA Sosa. I was going to let your lying ass make it but the mule has had a voice for way too long! 50 Cent is making the real BMF story and it will be told on Starz…..We (nick)named you Sosa. At least we figured out what the S stands for.”

The Flenorys started BMF in their hometown of Detroit around 1990 and built it into a national chain of franchises around the country, controlling almost 50 percent of the American wholesale cocaine market at its peak in the first half of the 2000s. Hussey, 54, was the Flenory brothers’ logistics director, responsible for implementing the BMF expansion campaign on the ground and setting up BMF operations in 24 separate states. His nickname is a reference to the Bolivian drug baron Alejandro Sosa played by Paul Shenar in the pop-culture classic 1983 film Scarface about the Cocaine Cowboy era in Miami.

Rapper and actor 50 Cent is producing an upcoming scripted television series on the Flenorys and their BMF empire for the Starz network. Starz was home to 50 Cent’s smash-hit Power series about a fictional New York drug boss named “Ghost” played by Omari Hardwick.

BMF was dismantled in 2005 when the DEA and U.S. Attorneys Office in Michigan dropped the epic Operation Motor City Mafia indictment and took down the entire organization. Both Big Meech and Southwest T pleaded guilty and were sentenced to 30-year prison terms. Hussey copped a plea and did 10 years, returning to the free world in 2015.

The legacy BMF left in both the drug trade and the pop culture zeitgeist is immense. Music historians trace the emergence of trap rap directly to Big Meech and the legions of street story-tellers he inspired in the rap game, headed by his own musical protege, the seminal trap rap pioneer Young Jeezy. By the mid-1990s, Big Meech was living in Atlanta and immersed in the local hip hop scene, which served as a catalyst for the explosion of southern rap in the years to come.

Terry Flenory, 51, is currently residing with his mother in Detroit on home confinement. Last month, 50 Cent had a Rolls Royce delivered to Southwest T as a homecoming gift. Big Meech, 52, plans to move to Miami if granted a sentence reduction like his little bro.

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