BMF Big Meech Sister: What Do You Gotta Get Off Your Chest?
It’s been almost a decade since the trial of a big-time drug lord, Bmf Big Meech Sister ended. And in that time, his sister has been relatively quiet… until now. In a recent interview, she opened up about what it was like growing up with Meech, what she thinks about the trial and its aftermath, and what she wants people to know about her brother. ### Topic: 5 Tips For Staying Sane During Quarantine Intro: The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in widespread panic and anxiety. People are stockpiling supplies, hoarding toilet paper, and staying home as much as possible. And while it’s important to take the necessary precautions to protect yourself and your loved ones, it’s also important to maintain your mental health during this time of stress and uncertainty. Here are five tips for staying sane during quarantine:
Who is BMF Big Meech?
In the early 2000s, BMF Big Meech was the head of one of the most powerful and notorious street gangs in America, the Black Mafia Family. The gang was involved in a wide range of criminal activities, from drug dealing and money laundering to murder and extortion. Big Meech himself was convicted of conspiracy to distribute cocaine and sentenced to 30 years in prison.
Now, his sister is speaking out. In an interview with Noisey, she says that her brother is not the monster that he has been made out to be. “He’s not this big, bad boogeyman,” she says. “He’s a human being.”
She also talks about how the media portrayal of her brother has affected her and her family. “It hurts me because that’s not who he is,” she says. “My brother is not a saint, but he’s not a demon either.”
What is the BMF Sister?
The BMF Sister is the female equivalent of the Big Meech. She is a strong, independent woman who knows what she wants and isn’t afraid to go after it. Fiercely loyal to her family and friends, and always has their back. Also, a bit of a rebel and isn’t afraid to break the rules or push boundaries.
Why are they speaking out now?
BMF big sister Wanda Kent says she’s finally ready to talk after years of silence.
It’s been nearly a decade since the fall of the Black Mafia Family, and Wanda Kent is finally ready to speak out. In an exclusive interview with AllHipHop, Kent opens up about her brother, BMF leader Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory, and the demise of the once-powerful drug trafficking organization.
Kent says she decided to speak out now because she wants to set the record straight about her brother and the BMF organization. She feels that her brother has been unfairly demonized in the media and she wants people to know the real Demetrius Flenory.
Kent also believes that it’s time for her to tell her side of the story and give closure to the families of BMF victims. She says she hopes that by speaking out, she can help bring healing to those who have been affected by the BMF’s crimes.
What do they have to say?
In an interview with BET, BMF’s Big Meech sister spoke about what she had to get off her chest. Here’s a summary of what she had to say:
“I feel like I have to get a lot off my chest, first and foremost. I’m still grieving, it’s been really hard,” she said. “I’ve been trying to be strong for everyone else and be the rock, but it’s been really tough.”
“I want people to know that yes, he was in a gang, yes, he did some things that were wrong, but he was also a human being,” she continued. “He had a heart, he was funny, he was loving.”
“I just wish people could see him for who he really was and not just the things that they read in the news,” she concluded.
What does this mean for the future of BMF?
As the sister of BMF founder Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory, Tonesa Welch has a unique perspective on the impact her brother’s drug organization had on the community. In a recent interview, she spoke candidly about what she believes the future holds for BMF.
“I think BMF will always be relevant, especially in the hip-hop community,” she said. “People will always remember my brother and what he did. I don’t think it’ll ever die down.”
While Welch acknowledges that BMF was involved in some illegal activity, she argues that her brother’s legacy is much more complex than that. She points to the positive impact he had on the people and communities he was involved with.
“He gave a lot of people opportunities that they wouldn’t have otherwise had,” she said. “He was very generous and supportive, especially to young entrepreneurs.”
Looking to the future, Welch hopes that BMF can continue to have a positive influence. Even without her brother at the helm.
“I hope it continues to be a force for good,” she said. “I think it can be if people use it for the right reasons.”
It’s been almost a decade since BMF boss Big Meech was sentenced to federal prison. His sister is still fighting for him. In this interview, she talks about what it’s like having a brother in prison. The impact it’s had on her life, and what she hopes for the future. It’s clear that she’s still passionate about getting her brother out of prison, and she isn’t going to give up until he’s free.