SOUTHWEST T, A CO-FOUNDER OF THE BMF, IS WARNING YOUNG KIDS AGAINST EMULATING HIM FOR HALLOWEEN.

Terry “Southwest T” Flenory and Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory created the Black Mafia Family in 1989, and it swiftly became one of the country’s top drug trafficking and money laundering businesses.

The money and power that came with it, as BMF First Lady Tonesa Welch detailed was seductive and addictive.

However, in 2005, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) charged key members of the Black Mafia Family, bringing the BMF empire to an end. The Flenory brothers were eventually found guilty and sentenced to 30 years in jail under the Continuing Criminal Enterprise Statute.

While Big Meech is still imprisoned, Southwest T was released last year as a consequence of the COVID-19 epidemic. As Instagram continues to flood with photographs of youngsters dressed up for Halloween, one couple in particular caught Southwest T’s eye.

Southwest T posted a set of images on Saturday (October 30) showcasing two young boys costumed as the Flenory brothers. Despite being delighted by the homage, Southwest T advised them not to follow in his footsteps and instead follow in the footsteps of Black Mafia Family stars da’Vinchi and Lil Meech.

“Woke up to this after my nap,” he wrote in the caption. “I’m humbly honored as I know my brother would be. My advice to both these young men @shannywoods13 is to be better than bruh and I and more like @davinchi @lilmeechbmf God forever bless everyone.”

Take a look at the images below.

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SOUTHWEST T, A CO-FOUNDER OF THE BMF, IS WARNING YOUNG KIDS AGAINST EMULATING HIM FOR HALLOWEEN.

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