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Updated on January 22, 2012
Big Meech, member of BMF
Big Meech, member of BMF

New Reality Show Centered Around Drug Dealers and Murderers

There is a new reality show that is being filmed as we speak about a group of people who have caused a lot of harm to others. Mob Wives??? No guess again! This new show is about BMF. For those of you are not familiar with BMF, (Black Mafia Family) they were a group of people who ran a drug cartel that entailed murderous results. Most of the members of this group is currently incarcerated. The show will be about the wives and girlfriends of the members of BMF.

BMF was a drug cartel that reigned over several states. The head of BMF was said to be Demetrius Flenory and his brother Terry. Both brothers were from Detroit, MI. But later moved to Atlanta. Demtrius stayed there in Atlanta while his bother set up shop in L.A. Between the two of them and their faithful crew they moved a tremendous amount of drugs. Big Meech as Demetrius was known for was the more flamboyant of the two. He chose to live his life as a rock star and kept company with Atlanta's elite crowd. Some names that have been associated with BMF are Jay-Z, Young Jeezy, Fabolous, Bun B, and Rick Ross. Whereas is brother kept a much lower profile. Both siblings are now doing time and it is rumored that BET is thinking about picking up the reality show that would give Mob Wives a run for it's money.

For those families who suffered great lost at the hands of some of these individuals, I feel this is being done in bad taste. The reality shows are taking over and the story line is getting down right appalling! These men have been accused of murdering witnesses in cold blood and other heinous crimes. This is a slap in the face for those families who have fell victim to this group. Why would anyone want to follow the lives of such unsavory characters? Is it truly all about making that mighty dollar that they would throw this in the victim's or families faces? If this show does make it's way to the air I myself will not watch and I will boycott whatever station that decides to air it. Out of curiosity some may view it, but once you know more about these men you too will not want to tune in.


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