Roc-A-Fella Records Co-Founder Busted For Drugs

Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder, Kareem “Biggs” Burke  dominated the wholesale weed market in New York for 20 years. But no longer, because the feds busted a drug ring and arrested 42 people, including  Geovanny (Manny), Rodriguez “Shorty” Perez, and Matthew Stang, who is an ad executive of High Times magazine. Officers seized $1 milli in drug profits and 177 pounds of weed after  an 18  month operation called “Green Venom”, investigators used 20 wire/phone  taps to gather evidence against the drug suspects. See I tell folks  your phones are tapped!   Court papers state Biggs has been apart of the ring since ’92 and was spotted loading a bag of green into his SUV, and feds had been watching Shorty for years and how he operates. Special agent Jim Hayes in charge of Homeland Security Investigations for Immigration and Customs Enforcement told sources, “They grow the pot, they ship it up north, they sell pot, and send the money back to South Florida.” The suspects face a decade to life behind the bars if convicted of conspiracy to distribute 1,000 kilos of marijuana. Wow…No comment… What do you all think about it?- Another post by: Courtney Luv


  1. Oh this guy is so screwed, that much in drugs. The system will surely put them away for a long time. I never understand that when these guys make in life that they are making legitimate money that is and has made them wealthy, why they continue or engage in the drug business.

  2. agree with kimm. legalize it.

    it’s just weed. illegal weed just equals wasted money, time, and jail space.


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