Black Mafia Family Co-Founder Dexter "Sosa" Hussey Exposes All In New Book

AllHipHop Staff

A new book gives the first insider's account into the rise and fall of Black Mafia Family

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(AllHipHop News) Founding BMF member Dexter “Sosa” Hussey is here to tell his story once and for all through his new novel.

"Blueprint to Conspiracy: The Untold Story of the Black Mafia Family" explores the rise and fall of the organization through insider interviews.

Hussey, who is also the owner of The Black Mafia Family trademark, collaborated Kal “007” Williams to create the book, which offers a glimpse into the drug trafficking group.

​ For instance, Sosa says Demetrius "Big Meech" Flenory and his brother Terry "Southwest T" Flenory were known as "Rushtown Management" and "The 50 Boys" when they launched their criminal enterprise in Detroit in the 80s.

They eventually settled on "Black Mafia Family" when they started operating out of Gardena, California in the early 90s.

"This project has been decades in the making with hundreds of pages of secret DEA RICO documents that tell the real story of who told and who stood strong," Sosa explained to AllHipHop.

"Blueprint to Conspiracy" presents a story based on grand jury hearings, court transcripts and offers up new details on the murder Diddy's bodyguard Anthony "Wolf" Jones."

The book also dishes on Kim Kardashian’s first husband Damon Thomas, an associate of BMF who turned government witness, after he was busted in a $5,000,000 money laundering scheme with Jacob the Jeweler.

"Most of what's been published on the markets in the last decade has been sensationalized journalism with no real inside story of how things truly operated," Sosa explained.

Separating themselves from the other books out, this one gives an account from the perspective of an insider from the very beginning.

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