Bleu DaVinci Gets Five Years For Drug Conspiracy

posted Thursday October 30, 2008 at 12:12PM PDT | 2 comments

Bleu DaVinci Gets Five Years For Drug Conspiracy

Former Koch artist Bleu DaVinci pleads guilty, and is sentenced to five years in BMF drug case.

Rapper Bleu DaVinci [click to read], aka Barima P. McKnight was recently convicted, along with ten other Black Mafia Family members, who were sentenced over the week for their roles in the BMF cocaine distribution organization.

Bleu DaVinci, the sole artist of BMF Entertainment received a sentence of five years, four months. Among the ten BMF members sentenced this week, the jail time ranged from four to over 16 years in prison.

BMF Entertainment, which had a distribution deal with Koch Records, is said to have helped promote Bleu DaVinci

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