Thursday, January 5, 2012

"Black Mafia Family Wives" Reality Show Heading To The Small Screen!??


The reality tv buzz this week is the news that there could be a "Black Mafia Family Wives" reality show coming soon. This reality television genre has been highly successful, well aside from "Football Wives" and "Real Housewives Of DC" which failed miserably, "Black Mafia Family Wives" could have an audience ready to take a look into their lives. However there is no concrete confirmation that this show will be a go. Deets below:

BMF Brothers

Via Straight From The A:

Well… besides all that legal drama, word on the curb is that the “WIVES” (aka girlfriends/baby mamas) involved with the men who ran the BMF operation have gotten together and want to air their lifestyle on television with a new reality show!

A reality show featuring the women behind the men behind one of the longest running drug cartels in America?

According to Ozone Magazine, rumor has it there’s a bit of friction growing between Meech and his lesser-known brother and business partner, Terry “Southwest T” Flenory… because of this… his wife wants to take her story to television with hopes to tell her side of the BMF story.

Terry’s wife Tonesa Welch (far right in pic above), calls herself the “First Lady of BMF,” and is the HBIC (or the ‘Shaunie O’Neal’ of group) and brought a few ladies together who are still down for the cause.

The other cast members include:

Gricelda Chavez, who was involved with music producer Damon Thomas (incidentally, although not as famous as Kris Humphries, he is also a Kim Kardashian divorcee). Damon was a player in a BMF money-laundering scheme involving jewelry purchases and, when confronted with the evidence, agreed to cooperate with the government as a witness against Terry.

Lisa Buford’s man “PJ” was a high-ranking BMF affiliate on Terry’s side of the organization.

Tiffany Gloster and her man Jerry “J Rock” Davis were both indicted by the DEA on BMF-related charges in 2007. Tiffany served a two year sentence for her part in helping to launder the proceeds from J Rock’s cocaine sales. J Rock is currently serving a sentence of 39 years and 10 months in prison.

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