Alabama rapper HoneyKomb Brazy thinks his life is in danger at his prison.
"I'm at limestone correctional facility, I been here 9 day and they shook me down 5 times already. This a racist camp and the polices been calling me out my name and calling me all types of n*ggas," he wrote.
"I'm in lockup right now with no disciplinary write up or no explanation. I ain't really complaining about my situation, but I do wanna bring awareness to my family and fans on what's going on. They woke me up at 2am this morning and strip searched me and through [sic] me in the lockup cell with no mat, blanket, or nothing and made me sleep on the floor. I said that to let everybody know I ain't finna keep going for this sh*t," he continued.
In July, a judge revoked his probation for a violation. He was on probation for a conviction on a charge of being a felon in possession of a firearm. At the time, he had only served 18 months of a 15-year sentence, but the DA's office said he would have to serve the remainder of the time.
" I been laid back trying to make it home to my family and see this bigger picture but I still got my grandma and grandpa and all type of other shit on my mind. I ain't finna keep going for this sh*t no more, they probably gon run in here when they see this post and jump on me. They might kill me or I might make it out but I ain't going for it no more so I'm just letting everybody know."