bleu davinci . What happened Bleu DaVinci?

Bleu Davinci was closely linked to the Black Mafia Family operations and is getting anxious about what he might see on screen.

He was signed to BMF Entertainment as the sole artist of the record label which acted as a cover-up for the illegal crimes that were bring committed.

Davinci took to Instagram live to issue a stark warning to 50 Cent and the producers of BMF. HITC dive into the life of BMF convict and explain the drama between the two rappers.


Bleu Davinci is an American rapper whose real name is Barima McKnight. The 43-year-old is from Los Angeles, California and has one daughter Madisyn and three sons, Xavier, Melaki and Brandon. He shares his youngest son Xavier with hip-hop artist and Love & Hip Hop Atlanta star Keely Hill.

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When he moved to Atlanta, Georgia, he joined the Black Mafia Family organisation. Interestingly, Davinci was the only artist within the BMF who was sentenced to jail time for his involvement in drug trafficking and money laundering.

Bleu DaVinci, who was signed to BMF Entertainment as the label’s sole rapper in the early 2000s, has raised concerns about how his role is going to translate into the series and warned 50 Cent about getting it right.

As usual, 50 brushed off Bleu’s comments on Thursday (October 21) and clowned him by posting a video on his Instagram using a scene from The Five Heartbeats suggesting he’s on the outside looking in.

Fif labeled Bleu a “cooperator” in the caption, referencing the rumors that DaVinci worked with authorities to receive a reduced prison sentence. (He served five years behind bars for his ties to the BMF crime organization.)

Former BMF underboss Chad “JBo” Brown posted the clip days earlier in response to Bleu DaVinci’s BMF threat.

Barima McKnight, known to the urban music industry as “Bleu Davinci,” was born in Los Angeles, California. He moved to Atlanta, Georgia after being commissioned by Demetrius Flenory, known as “Big Meech”, the head of an organization know as the Black Mafia Family. Flenory placed McKnight in responsibility of an initiative know as BMF Entertainment. Through the early 2000’s, the hip-hop scene in the Southern region of the United States was rapidly transforming, with the emergence of artists such as Radric “Gucci Mane” Davis and Jay Wayne “Young Jeezy” Jenkins. Originally raised in Carson, California, McKnight brought with a a sense of hip-hop genre, that originated from the San Francisco Bay Area, and was inspired by influential artists such as Andre Louis “Mac Dre” Hicks and John “Ras Kass” Austin IV, to the southern destination of Atlanta Georgia. With this being said, McKnight had a very important influence on the musical style that developed within Southern hip-hop. This occurrence eventually had a huge cultural impact of greater Atlanta along the lines of social culture and night life.

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How much time did Bleu DaVinci get?

five years and four months
Barima “Bleu DaVinci” McKnight, the rapper and sole artist of BMF Entertainment, was sentenced on October 30, 2008, to five years and four months in federal prison.

What happened Bleu DaVinci?

Barima “Bleu DaVinci” McKnight, the rapper who became the face of the Black Mafia Family, was sentenced in federal court today for handling cash and cocaine for the drug-ring-turned-hip-hop label. … McKnight released one album, The World is BMF’s, on Big Meech’s record label

Did Bleu DaVinci tell on BMF?

Rapper Bleu DaVinci, who was the sole artist on the BMF Entertainment label in the early 2000s, warned 50 Cent and the producers of the show there’d be a problem if he was portrayed incorrectly.