WATCH: Memphis Craig Petties Gang

Check out this documentary. Al Profit goes behind the scenes of the Memphis based gang of drug trafficker Craig Petties.

In 2009, Petties pleaded guilty to 19 charges related to his role as the ringleader of one of the largest drug trafficking organizations ever prosecuted in West Tennessee.

According to the Tennessee Department of Justice, Petties and the other members of his criminal racketeering enterprise conspired with cocaine traffickers in Mexico, Texas, Mississippi, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, and elsewhere.

Petties grew up poor in the South Memphis Riverside neighborhood but went from rags to riches by creating a huge drug empire and ordering the murders of people in his way.

He was living like a rock star with a driver, personal trainer, chef and nanny when police caught him in Mexico in 2008.

Petties worked with the Mexican cartel and had been on the run for years.

Being from the south and having friends from the Memphis area, I am very familiar the Craig Petties gang. They were very active during the early to mid and even late 2000’s, around the height of Detroit’s Big Meech & BMF, Jamaica’s Dudus & the Shower Posse… even Mexico’s El Chapo & the cartel. Actually, El Chapo is said to be one of Petties’ major plugs who helped him move drugs throughout Tennessee and the entire south.

If you’re from any of the Southwestern and Southeastern states chances are you know. And if you know – you know!

In 2013, Petties was sentenced to NINE life sentences in federal prison. During his sentencing he apologized.

“I apologize to my family and the victims’ family for the decisions I made in my life that put me here in this situation.”

Click here to see the most recent photo of photo of Petties while in prison.

BMF: Bleu DaVinci Says Big Meech is Responsible for His Snitch Label

In the video below former Black Mafia Family artist Bleu DaVinci tells American Dope his side of the story regarding the events leading up to the Black Mafia Family indictments which led to Big Meech’s current incarceration. According to Bleu, BMF boss Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory started the current narrative that Bleu is a “rat” while talking to another alleged member or affiliate.

Bleu says he knows who the real snitches were and it was not him. He then goes on to question Big Meech’s credibility as a mob boss stating that Big Meech repeated the information without checking his paperwork. He said the label has caused him to receive death threats because people believe he snitched on Meech.

I wonder will they touch on this part of the story on BMF.

In part 2 of the interview he speaks on Jeezy and his connection to BMF.

Check out the interview.

In the end Bleu pled guilty to the distribution of 150 kilos of cocaine and was sentenced to 5 years & 4 months in federal prison.

New Prison Photo Surfaces of BMF Kingpin Big Meech

(L) Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory 2021

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: Big Meech vs Nicky Barnes On American Dope

Check out this episode of Detroit’s Big Meech & Harlem’s Nicky Barnes on American Dope.