Terry Flenory Funeral

The infamous Black Mafia Family founder Terry Flenory has been shot and killed. He was a promoter for many hip-hop stars like Young Jeezy, Trina, and Fabolous.

The 52-year-old is a drug dealer and a businessman who has amassed a huge fortune. He earned his wealth through the illegal drug trade and money laundering activities.


The Black Mafia Family is a notorious drug trafficking and money laundering operation founded by Terry Flenory and his brother Big Meech. They started selling cocaine in their high school years and expanded their illegal trade networks across several states, making them one of the most powerful criminal organizations in Detroit.

They were convicted of multiple counts of cocaine possession with intent to distribute and running a criminal empire. Hundreds of associates were arrested with millions of dollars, cars and homes confiscated by the government.

During their time in prison, Terry Flenory gained fame as one of the most prominent figures in the criminal world. He shared masses of pictures on his social media handles, collaborating with different girl commercial enterprise executives and entertainers.

Terry Lee Flenory, who was born on January 10, 1970, in Detroit, Michigan, was a renowned American drug lord. He is the younger brother of Big Meech, and has a net worth of $40-50 million.


The brothers Terry Lee Flenory and Big Meech were infamous for leading one of America’s most powerful drug organizations, the Black Mafia Family. Based in Detroit, they reportedly trafficked thousands of kilograms of cocaine across the United States.

They were convicted of running a criminal enterprise in 2005, and were each sentenced to 30 years imprisonment. The Flenory brothers allegedly earned millions of dollars from their business, which also included the sale of clothing and music.

Their net worth is estimated to be $40 million or more, mostly from their drug sales and money laundering.

They also have a daughter, Nicole Flenory, who reportedly kept her distance from their crime organization. Their estrangement was reportedly caused by a falling out over money and power.


There was a lot of music played at Terry Flenory funeral. The music played included a variety of different genres of music.

The music played at the funeral was mainly a mixture of hip-hop and R&B. The music was played to help bring people together and celebrate the life of Terry Flenory.

During the funeral, there was a lot of love and support from friends and family members. There were also many people who came to help out at the funeral.

The funeral was held at the Detroit Public Library on Thursday, June 20. There were a variety of people there including members of the BMF.


Terry Flenory, better known as Southwest T, was a co-founder of the Black Mafia Family (BMF). He and his brother Big Meech ran an illegal drug business that grew into a national operation. They reaped $270 million in profits and distributed thousands of kilograms of cocaine.

But after years of selling drugs, they were caught. They were eventually sentenced to 30 years in prison for running a criminal enterprise and money laundering.

The two brothers were incarcerated in Detroit, Michigan, USA. Their crime network spanned 11 states and dealt in thousands of kilograms of cocaine each month.

Despite their imprisonment, Terry and Big Meech continue to have massive net worths. They earned this wealth through drug trafficking and money laundering.

Terry’s funeral was held on Sunday (October 24) in the Detroit area. The funeral was attended by numerous family members and friends.

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