Hip-Hop Label Boss Accused Of Being A Drug Kingpin Who Beat Up Rapper Charli Baltimore

(AllHipHop News) The feds in Detroit have cracked down on a hip-hop record label, which they allege is really a front for a massive heroin dealing operation.

Bryan “Peanut” Brown is the owner of BMB Records, but he is also accused of being a drug kingpin

According to a 50-page indictment that was obtained by The Detroit News, Brown has generated millions of dollars by selling his heroin and washing the proceeds through BMB, which counted artists like Ray J, Charlie Baltimore, Bre-Z and others as performers on the roster.

The DEA started investigating BMB Records in 2013, after cops seized $550,000 in cash, along with 8 kilos of heroin.

A confidential informant told the FBI that Brown was really one of the biggest heroin dealers in the Midwest.

The source claimed Brown bought his heroin from a group in California, which is connected to the Mexican cartels.

The proceeds from the sales are then allegedly funneled through BMB Records, which earned millions of dollars between 2013 and 2015.

Police conducting undercover surveillance found that Brown had a fleet of luxury cars – 20 in total – which includes a Maserati, a Porsche Panamera and two Corvettes.

The cops noted that the cars alone were valued at almost 14 times the amount Brown reported on his income taxes for 2011, which was the year before he started BMB Records.

In December 2016, the authorities closed in on Brown and raided a loft he was staying in with an unnamed girlfriend.

Police found a number of weapons and indicted Brown on gun charges. Two months later, he popped back up on police’s radar while he was on probation.

Brown was accused of beating down his other girlfriend, legendary rapper Charli Baltimore, in a violent rage.

“I was brutally beaten by Brown when I walked in on him with another woman,” Charli Baltimore wrote the court affidavit obtained by The Detroit News. “He choked me, blacked (sic) my eye, bruised my arm while I was still in a cast.”

Bryan “Peanut” Brown is still free on bond, and he is even reportedly filming a new reality series for lifetime called “Detroit Empire.”

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11 Responses to “Hip-Hop Label Boss Accused Of Being A Drug Kingpin Who Beat Up Rapper Charli Baltimore”

  1. Smashit

    I don’t condone any woman being beat by a man – but Charlie Baltimore is a legendary industry hoe that goes back to the days of Biggie & she probably been a snitch for years because she was down with Irv Gotti until the Feds got on him

    • Papi Peligro

      I don’t condone a woman being beaten either but its awfully funny she made a statement about it to the epolice. If you sleeping with a drug dealer and you supposed to be deep down in that lifestyle. You know he doing dirt. Why you attracting attention. Don’t be in that lifestyle or use that lifestyle to portray an image then try to cry to the camera.

      • youKNOWthatYOUugly

        Yeah just bounce and let the chips fall where they may if that’s how you’re living. Don’t try and act like a civilian now

  2. Mike Nolan

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    • Papi Peligro

      Or 40 still chasing thugs. How many times you going to go through that cycle and not see it. Man need to listen to Fallen.

  3. WORLD DOMINATOR

    Mixing Real ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS with the STREET CRIME will NEVER work out – just ask Meech, Suge & a host of MFs dead or locked up!

  4. Winner15

    I’ve always thought that some labels that seem to existing without Hit Records are able to supply budgets to their Artist’s for Clear channel/Iheart Radio spins, Internet promotions, distribution etc.. They obviously have to be washing the money for their labels. People don’t realize this but just to get a song on heavy rotation your looking at $40k plus alone..

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