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Big Meech’s Request To Be Released From Prison Due To COVID-19 Concerns Reportedly Denied Due To Previous “Serious” Disciplinary Violations

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Big Meech and BMF (Black Mafia Family) played a huge role in helping the careers of stars such as Jeezy and Fabolous but things came crashing down in 2007 when Big Meech plead guilty to drug trafficking with his brother, Terry “Southwest T” Flenory. Meech got hit with a 30-year sentence while Flenory got 25.

In April, the two requested compassionate releases due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Meech ended up getting denied and appealed the decision. This week, this was denied as well and according to a report by AllHipHop.com, it’s due to disciplinary actions he’s faced in prison before. The report stated that Meech lost 135 days of Good Conduct Credit for these disciplinary violations. As of now, Meech has 100 months left in his sentence.

Judge David M. Lawson initially ruled that there were no COVID cases in inmates inside the FCI Sheridan facility where Meech is incarcerated at. The only exceptions were eight staff members.

A few months, ago 50 Cent pressed different people such as Jeezy and Irv Gotti to check in with Meech’s people about things they owed to them. Apparently, those got cleared up quickly. 50 is in the process of making a BMF documentary.

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