Just feelin myself today. Finally, for the first time in what seems like forever. I’ve had a chance to recover mentally and physically along with making some transitions and I think it did me well. As I looked back tonight I really got excited about where we’re at and where we’re headed. #inittowinit 🙃 #ifbbsmiles @kashguidry @teamdsdnt
MAN I HOPE THIS AIN’T TRUE. BRO BEAT THEM HOEZ BY MAKING OUT THE STREETZ. DAMN BRO I PRAY FOR YOU AND YOURS @ralofamgoon 🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿 REAL NIGGAZ ARE A LAST OF A DYING BREED!!💯💯💯💯🦍🦍🦍🦍 @coach_j210 @lynnhurrington @konnect210 @deuce_allday @5thwardjp20
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In an affidavit filed to the U.S. District Court allege that in addition to #Ralo being a rapper he is also the leader of a group called "Famerica" who federal agents said is responsible for smuggling a little less than $2 million worth of marijuana from California to Georgia. The "Famgoon," as federal documents suggest the group refers to themselves, made at least two known cross-country run using charters flights.
The first delivery returned to Fulton County Airport around 5 a.m. on December 22, according to the affidavit. A surveillance team set up by the Georgia State Patrol, ATL, and FBI spotted Davis and others transferring 37 packages wrapped in white holiday paper from the jet to a van registered to Davis, according to documents.
The van was stopped shortly after leaving the airport. Officials said they seized 520 pounds of marijuana worth about $1 million on the street, according to documents. Kevin "K" Harp and two other unnamed people were arrested, all wearing "Famerica" and "Famgoon" clothing, according to officials. Agents said they also recovered identification documents for Davis in the van.
The next day, federal agents noted Davis posted on his Instagram: "I've lost more than a man have gained in a lifetime...Have you ever lost ah million dollars at one time???" Pictures also on that same account showed Davis
This past weekend, federal agents said they were tipped off that the "Famgoon" was making another run. The flight was originally scheduled to land at Cobb County International Airport but was changed mid-flight to Peachtree-DeKalb Airport, according to federal documents. State and federal agents moved in once the plane landed around 5 a.m. Sunday. State and federal agents seized 444 pounds of marijuana worth about $840,000 on the street and arrested nine people, to the affidavit.
I don’t know if you can tell but I am like 😍🙌🏾 it is what it is! I own my faults! I accept my truth some months back my homie sat me down and said “I’m about to tell you some real shit, I love you to death but on some real shit and don’t take it wrong because I fucks with ****** but ***** ain’t for you” thank you for the real! i ❤️ you!!! #mycircleissmall#butitsmine#solid @heyyy___dw 💯