Big Meech’s Brother Southwest-T Being Released from Prison Today

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BMF co-founder Terry “Southwest-T” Flenory, 50, is expected to be released from prison on Tuesday (May 5), citing COVID-19 health concerns, according to The Detroit News. Southwest-T had his 30-year sentence reduced from 2032 to 2026 two years ago, and amid COVID-19 concerns, he was given an earlier release.

The publication added that Southwest-T’s brother, Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory, 51, has also requested to seek compassionate release from a federal prison in Oregon on April 22.

Terry “Southwest T” Flenory, brother to Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory, is leaving federal prison Tuesday. His more infamous brother “Big Meech” is trying to join him, with both citing COVID-19 health concerns.

Terry, 50, and Big Meech, 51, would join a growing list of prominent convicts being released to stem the spread of COVID-19. High profile people like Tekashi 6ix9ine and more within the nation’s prison system have been released.

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