May 7, 2020 — Rapper and actor 50 Cent is doing a victory lap this week with his friend, Black Mafia Family boss Terry (Southwest T) Flenory, walking out of prison on a compassionate release order. He immediately began trolling hip-hop moguls Sean (Puff Daddy) Combs and Irv Gotti, who he claims owe Flenory and his brother, iconic drug chief Demetrius (Big Meech) Flenory, money from past loans, on social media. Some could perceive the taunts as threats according to legal experts. An upcoming 50 Cent-executive produced television series chronicling the Flenorys’ reign atop the dope game in the late 1990s and early 2000s is already green-lit by the Starz Network, where 50 made his name in the entertainment world as executive producer and co-star of the smash-hit show Power. Big Meech’s son, “Lil’ Meech” is signed to 50 Cent’s G-Unit Records rap label and being considered for a starring role in the BMF show playing his father. Terry Flenory, 50, left a federal correctional facility in Kentucky Tuesday morning six years early due to the pandemic and will finish out his sentence on home confinement in Detroit. The Flenory brothers led the Black Mafia Family, the biggest cocaine empire in American history, from 1990 until they were busted in 2005. Big Meech, 51, is locked up in Oregon right now and fighting for release on compassionate release like his little bro got, but is getting push-back from the U.S. Attorneys Office. When news broke of Southwest T’s release, 50 Cent went to his Instagram account to first go after Irv Gotti. “Yo Irv, you best be coming up with that bread you borrowed from Big T in Encino, you sucka ass nigga. You didnt go see him or put nothing on his books. Yeah, he home now, so you can stretch out to him or get stretched out. Take your time getting to the bank. No hurry, just have what you owe him by Monday.” Then, 50 Cent took aim at Puffy. “(Southwest) T home, Puff, he said he want his fucking money. I’m not tripping. And I know you ain’t tripping, so just holla at him.” Gotti is the founder and CEO of Murder, Inc. Records. 50 Cent has been in a long feud with rapper Ja Rule, Gotti’s flagship artist at Murder, Inc. during the label’s peak of fame in the early 2000s. Puffy Combs, the founder of the Bad Boy label, which provided the soundtrack for the late 1990s hip hop era, is connected to BMF in a number of ways. Informants told the DEA in 1997, part of the startup financing for the label came from the Flenorys. Puffy’s cousin is BMF soldier Darryl (Poppa) Taylor and his former head of security, Paul (P.J.) Buford, was arrested with the Flenorys in the Operation Motor City Mafia bust. One of the ways the U.S. Attorneys Office in Michigan is trying to keep Big Meech behind bars, is leveraging the 2003 murder of Comb’s bodyguard Anthony (Wolf) Jones, telling the judge that Flenory has a homicide charge “pending.” Big Meech was initially charged with killing Jones — in a shooting that took place outside an Atlanta nightclub after Flenory and Jones had gotten into a spat inside the club over Jones’ treatment of a women in the BMF entourage. The case against Big Meech was dropped though when it was decided Flenory had acted in self-defense.