With upcoming episodes of BMF set to air on STARZ, rapper Bleu Davinci has issued a warning to 50 Cent.

Bleu Davinci was closely linked to the Black Mafia Family operations and is getting anxious about what he might see on screen.

He was signed to BMF Entertainment as the sole artist of the record label which acted as a cover-up for the illegal crimes that were bring committed.

Davinci took to Instagram live to issue a stark warning to 50 Cent and the producers of BMF. HITC dive into the life of BMF convict and explain the drama between the two rappers.

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Who is Bleu Davinci?

Bleu Davinci is an American rapper whose real name is Barima McKnight. The 43-year-old is from Los Angeles, California and has one daughter Madisyn and three sons, Xavier, Melaki and Brandon. He shares his youngest son Xavier with hip-hop artist and Love & Hip Hop Atlanta star Keely Hill.

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When he moved to Atlanta, Georgia, he joined the Black Mafia Family organisation. Interestingly, Davinci was the only artist within the BMF who was sentenced to jail time for his involvement in drug trafficking and money laundering.

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What is the Black Mafia Family?

The Black Mafia Family was founded in 1989 in Detroit by brothers Demetrius ‘Big Meech’ Flenory and Terry ‘Southwest’ Flenory.

‘Big Meech’ and ‘Southwest’ ran the Black Mafia Family drug empire in the late 1980s until they were eventually arrested in 2005. The brothers established an empire for themselves where multi-kilograms of cocaine was distributed across America.

The BMF had a hip-hop label that was frequently used for money laundering and as a cover-up for their drug distribution network which spanned across the United States.

It was alleged that the Black Mafia Family made over $270 million dollars in the course of their illegal operations.

Bleu Davinci and 50 Cent drama explained

In October 2021, Bleu Davinci gave 50 Cent a warning regarding his upcoming show BMF. The show depicts the true story of the Black Mafia Family as well as its founders and others who were involved at the time.

Ahead of the upcoming episodes of BMF, Davinci issued a warning to the producers and 50 Cent about how he is portrayed in the series.

On Instagram Bleu Davinci said the following:

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 sht. I’m gonna try to find a way to f–k up everything about it if you play with your name. Soon as I get the first report, ‘Aye, bro, they playin’ with your name.’ I’m coming. Just already know. So have your security beefed up.

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