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(left: Jeezy, right: Big Meech, imprisoned leader of the Black Mafia Family)

Rick Ross’ song (feat. Styles P) “BMF (Blowin’ Money Fast)” is the hottest song on the street right now…and off the street too, if you notice how many people tweet nerdy variations of the song’s catchy hook, “I think I’m Big Meech, Larry Hoover. Whippin’ work. Hallelujah.

But between the airplay, the performace at Atlanta’s Birthday Bash, and the 1200 different behind-the-scenes clips from the “BMF” video shoot with Diddy and Khaled….
out comes this song from Jeezy called “The Real BMF,” featuring a phone call from Black Mafia Family’s Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory, who is serving 30 years in federal prison for running the $250-million BMF drug empire.

New Music: Jeezy feat. Big Meech “The Real BMF” (thanks to DJ Folk!)

Bet there’s an interesting dialogue going on under the surface here…

Read the update and more,
after the jump….

In the past, it was necessary for Jeezy to downplay his longtime relationship with The Black Mafia Family, especially during their high-profile court case. But now, with Rick Ross’ glamorizing the hood mythology of BMF, do you think Jeezy feels some kind of way? Seems like the answer is right there in the words “the” and “real.”

Wonder if anyone will get Larry Hoover back on the horn….

Two sidenotes: Real-life druglord Freeway Ricky Ross is currently suing Rawse for claiming his name (which may explain Rawse’ new nickname Ricky Rozay). And after “Hustling” dropped, there were grumblings from an alleged Escobar Jr. Meanwhile, Ross has added Gucci Mane to the album version of “MC Hammer.”

UPDATE: the homie Young!/Onsmash tweeted this statement from Big Meech, which seemingly ends the question about how Meech feels about Ross’s “BMF” namedrop:
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Download:  Jeezy feat. Big Meech “The Real BMF”

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