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Publisher's Summary

In the early 1990s, Demetrius "Big Meech" Flenory and his brother, Terry "Southwest T", rose up from the slums of Detroit to build one of the largest cocaine empires in American history: the Black Mafia Family. They socialized with music mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs, did business with New York's king of bling Jacob "The Jeweler" Arabo, and built allegiances with rap superstars Young Jeezy and Fabolous. Yet even as BMF was attracting celebrity attention, its crew members struck fear in a city.  

When the brothers began clashing in 2003, the flashy and beloved Big Meech risked it all on a shot at legitimacy in the music industry. At the same time, utilizing a high-stakes wiretap operation, the feds inched toward their goal of destroying the Flenory's empire and ending the reign of a crew suspected in the sale of thousands of kilos of cocaine - and a half-dozen unsolved murders.

©2005 Urban Audiobooks (P)2019 Mara Shalhoup

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Intriguing

I enjoyed the story. However, there were too many characters to follow the story well. I used Google a lot. I wished that tje writer would not have used their street names, first names, and last names interchangeably.

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great listen

great narration great story and a pretty good insight in the world of BMF 100

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Good listen

I just wish it had more time telling this story,taking a deeper look at what created a kingpin but it do tell you no matter how play the game you will take the L.

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I'm honored

love it how he mastered the art of hustling like that so if I had the chance I would do the same

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Good read

I throughly enjoyed this read Was so many twist and turns in this read good book highly reccomend

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I love the narrator voice very soothing. amazing

Love the book. It was so much I didn't know about the brothers. Free Big Meech 😍

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Absolutely Amazing Storytelling!!!!

I thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of this book!! This is a must read for anyone that enjoys good nonfiction crime drama!

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Good read if you're interested

Good read if you're interested in bmf... I liked it. This would be a great HBO mini series.

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A great read.

Interesting look into a crime syndicate,run by young men,at times nearly impossible,to believe is true.

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Great

Loved it I’d listen again. Lot of thing I didn’t know. Hate that black men are shown no compassion in the us courts