After allegedly ducking his calls and texts, Jeezy finally "checked in" with BMF co-founder Southwest T, who was released from prison last week.
50 Cent had a busy week on social media, making it his personal mission to put on blast everyone who was avoiding making contact with BMF co-founder Southwest T after he was released early from prison
Southwest T is the brother of Big Meech and was one of the leaders in their major drug operation, which had chapters across the country and raked in hundreds of millions of dollars.
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson went on social media and, called out several different people and told them that it's time to pay up, including Diddy, Irv Gotti, and Jeezy.
Here's him putting Jeezy on Blast:
So far, Diddy has already made good on his debt. The music mogul, who had ties to BMF in the past, already made contact with Southwest T earlier this week.
But Irv Gotti has allegedly not been compliant.
And as far as Jeezy is concerned, he wasn't about to get in trouble with Fiddy or BMF. He made sure to connect with the newly-free man.
Here's Southwest T, confirming that Jeezy checked in: