New Prison Photo Surfaces of BMF Kingpin Big Meech

(L) Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory 2021

Reality Star Kim Kardashian Plans to Open Pro Bono Law Firm

I don’t follow Kim Kardashian’s career much but I definitely respect her for the work she has done with prison reform. In 2018, she used her massive platform to help free Alice Marie Johnson, a 64-year-old woman who was served 19 years in prison for non violent drug charges. I can respect that.

Keep pushing Kim, you got this!


People Magazine — Kardashian West first announced in Vogue in 2019 that she plans to become a lawyer like her father Robert Kardashian Sr. — a former high-powered attorney who notably represented O.J. Simpson in his 1995 murder trial. She is working on completing a four-year law apprenticeship and has taken the introductory bar exam, known as the baby bar.

Though she did attend Pierce College in Los Angeles, she never graduated. However, California, as well as three other U.S. states, offers a path to passing the bar without attending law school by “reading the law,” or apprenticing with a practicing lawyer or judge.

Back in May, Kardashian West told fans on Instagram that taking the baby bar exam has been “extremely difficult,” but that she would test again.

“Unfortunately, I haven’t passed yet, but I’m not giving up,” Kardashian said. “I’m preparing to take it again soon.”

Her end goal, regardless of the timeline, is clear though: “Hopefully one day I can start a law firm where we can help people pro bono and hire people who were formerly incarcerated.”

BMF: Bleu Davinci Delivers Warning to 50 Cent Over “BMF” Series

“BMF” finally made its way to Starz Network and it is a smash. The streets appear to be loving the made for television series and the internet is on fire with former members trading both threats and shots online.

Apparently Bleu Davinci, one of the original members of the Black Family Organization is at odds with JBo another former leader, who is also involved with the production of the series. JBo posted a meme to Instagram, allegedly of Davinci as Eddie Kane from The Five Heartbeats trying to get back in the group.


Rolling Out — “The only thing I’m saying is that if they handle my name wrong, I’m coming to see you. The writers, the producers, the directors, the executive producers, y’all play with my name — I’m telling y’all right now. Y’all play with my name, it’s up. Period. There won’t be no more shooting. No more filming that s—. I’m gonna try to find a way to f— up everything about it if you play with [my] name. Soon as I get the first report, ‘Aye, bro, they playing’ with your name,’ I’m coming. Just already know. Have your security beefed up … ’cause I’m gonna give it to they a—, too. I ain’t finna play with my name. I’m gonna go all the way out,” he stated in the IG post.


50 Cent apparently was not worried about the threats either as he shared JBo’s meme as well as a letter from Big Meech to his son Demetrius Flenory Jr, who plays his father in the series.

In the letter, the incarcerated Flenory also salutes 50 Cent for helping turn his family legitimate so they can make their livelihoods from other ways than selling drugs.


Have you been watching the series? Check it out on STARZ NETWORK.

WATCH: The Conversation with Tommie Lee vs Akbar V

Tommie Lee and Akbar V had an alleged brawl years ago in an Atlanta music studio.

After both appearing on the hit reality show, “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” the two hot heads met up for a Zeus special to attempt to discuss their differences.

By the looks of the trailer it looks like the conversation didn’t get far!

Will you be tuned in Sunday October 17? Log into Zeus Network for more information on how to see the show.

Rapper Pooh Shiesty No Longer Requesting a Trial Delay in Federal Case

Justice.gov – 21-year-old Tennessee rapper Lontrell D. Williams (a/k/a Pooh Shiesty) is being held without bond in a federal detention center pending trial on charges that he participated in the shooting of two men during a street purchase of marijuana and high-end sneakers.

It is alleged that during the transaction, the defendants shot the sellers with semi-automatic weapons. Then, Williams and two alleged accomplices drove away from the scene, taking with them the sneakers and marijuana they had not paid for, according to the court documents. The shooting victims survived.