Bleu Davinci’s will be dropping his new mixtape hosted by DJ Drama on Feb 27th, “Angels & Demon.” Here’s a video off that mixtape “Rich Ni**a Walk Thru” featuring Rick Ross.
BMF member Bleu Davinci drops a track featuring recorded audio of Big Meech dissing Young Jeezy! Check out the Young Jeezy diss ‘Got Right’ below.
Does Young Jeezy’s street credibility and character change in your eyes after this Big Meech diss? Should Young Jeezy be held accountable for placing money on Big Meech’s book for 30 years?
Listen to Big Meech diss Young Jeezy on Bleu Davinci’s Got Right:
Related: Young Jeezy – Get Right
Previously: Big Meech co-signs Young Jeezy on the track The Real BMF:
Bleu Davinci tells ThisIs50 Radio, he spent 4 years and 10 months behind bars — off a 5 year and 4 months sentence. Bleu reveals a drug program awarded 1 year off his prison sentence — “I completed 500 hours of the Regional Drug Abuse Program in the Federal Correctional Facility.”
When asked what was T.I. awarded because he got a lot of time off his sentence. Bleu says, “T.I. got them REAL people behind him. He got them people he making that money for. That’s out there on the golf course — with the people who really call the shots. Nobody found no paperwork on T.I… A nigga can’t tell me T.I. snitched. I ran through the whole system looking for some paper work.”
Bleu sounds bitter when discussing Young Jeezy. Bleu Davinci and Young Jeezy are both BMF members. They were both around Big Meech. Bleu accuses Jeezy of basically going low key when his career in hip-hop started to take off. He says, Young Jeezy distanced himself from BMF. Bleu can you really blame him? Everybody around him was getting hit with stiff prison sentences!! Maybe this is a deeper issue… which involves their hip-hop careers.
BMF Member, Bleu Davinci is home and back to business! Bleu Davinci served 3 years and 10 months in federal prison. He’s now moving forward and placing his past behind him. Bleu Davinci speaks about his new label “Swish Gang”, and artist Calico Jonez & Tabius Tate.
Bleu breaks down his prison sentence in the interview saying, “I had a 64 month sentence… I got like 10 months good time off that thing. I didn’t catch no shots or nothing when I was locked up. I took a 500 hour residential drug program — [It] awarded me 12 months off my sentence and six months halfway house. So I ended up doing — right under fo [four months]… Something like 3 years 10 months.”