Black Mafia Family kingpin Terry “Southwest T” Flenory — Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory’s brother — is expected to get out of prison early due to COVID-19. Although he’ll be on house arrest, 50 Cent is looking forward to his release, hoping it will have Irv Gotti a little scared.

After teasing Diddy and Gotti over Southwest T’s impending release, he’s now coming for Jeezy who allegedly once bought four kilos of cocaine from the BMF.

“Big T said get Jeezy ass too, how you Screaming BMF Who helped you get a record deal,” he wrote in the caption. “Then Meech mom is calling you and texting you to let you know ‘T is home and You ignoring the phone calls. so now his mom said fuck the backstage passes and free tickets to the concerts pick up the phone Nigga. @jeezy #starz #BMF coming soon.”

Earlier this week, 50 claimed Gotti borrowed money from Southwest T and never paid him back.

“yo @irvgotti187 you best be coming up with that bread you borrowed from Big T in Encino you sucker ass nigga,” he wrote on Instagram. “you didnt go see him or put nothing on his books. yeah he home now so you can stretch out to him or get stretched. #starz #bmfitgear.”

50 Cent Trolls Diddy Over Big Meech's Brother Collecting Debts

Fiddy, who’s working on a Black Mafia Family series for the Starz network, then turned his attention to Diddy and suggested he get in touch with Southwest T.

“T home puff he said um, he want his fucking money,” 50 wrote via Instagram. “I’m not tripping, and i know you ain’t tripping so just holla at him. #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi.”

The Flenory brothers pleaded guilty to running a continuing criminal enterprise, confessing they were ringleaders of the BMF drug trafficking ring from 1990 to 2005. They were sentenced to 30 years in prison in 2008.

While Southwest T was granted a compassionate release, The Detroit News reports Big Meech was denied his request to leave prison over COVID-19 concerns. He’ll have another chance to plead his case in the near future. The 51-year-old argued his age and health conditions, which include hypertension and heart problems, put him at a higher risk. Prosecutors claim his poor disciplinary record should keep him behind bars.