Veteran music manager Wack 100 is defending ex-BMF Entertainment rapper Bleu DaVinci. On Tuesday (October 19), Wack 100 shared an Instagram post that contained documentation proving Bleu DaVinci obeyed the strict street code of “no snitching.” The information was taken from a 2008 article by Creative Loafing that details the trial of Fleming “Ill” Daniels, believed to be BMF’s third in command.

It reads, “Fifteen people were indicted in Atlanta last year along with Daniels, but he was the only one to go to trial. Eleven of his co-defendants, including the rapper Barima ‘Bleu DaVinci’ McKnight, entered guilty pleas days before the trial began. McKnight was the only co-defendant who didn’t sign a cooperation agreement. Another four of Daniels’ co-defendants remain fugitives.”

Wack 100 added in the caption, “Documentation beats conversation. Don’t ask me bout @bleudavinci you can read bout em yourself — OH it was some foul balls being threw but #BleauDavinchi dam sure wasn’t the pitcher ‘MCKNIGHT WAS THE ONLY ONE THAT DID NOT SIGN A COOPERATION AGREEMENT’ Naw wasn’t him ! NOW GO PLAY THE LOTTERY & TALK ABOUT THOSE OTHER 10 WHO SIGNED THE AGREEMENTS!”

Bleu DaVinci, who did five years in prison for his connection to BMF, inserted himself into the conversation earlier this month when he issued an ominous warning to 50 Cent and the team behind Black Mafia Family, the television executive’s latest series for the STARZ network. DaVinci was concerned about how he’d be portrayed in the show and promised there would be consequences if he didn’t like his depiction.

“The only thing I’m saying is that if they handle my name wrong, I’m coming to see you,” he said. “The writers, the producers, the directors, the executive producers, y’all play with my name — I’m telling y’all right now. Y’all play with my name, it’s up. Period.”

He added, “There won’t be no more shooting. No more filming that shit. I’m gonna try to find a way to fuck up everything about it if you play with your name. Soon as I get the first report, ‘Aye, bro, they playin’ with your name,’ I’m coming. Just already know. Have your security beefed up … ’cause I’m gonna give it to they ass, too. I ain’t finna play with my name. I’m gonna go all the way out.”

But former BMF underboss, Chad “JBo” Brown, was ready with a rebuttal and clowned DaVinci via social media.

On Tuesday (October 19), Brown shared a video to Instagram, portraying DaVinci as a desperate artist trying to get back in with the label. Using a clip from the 1991 film, The Five Heartbeats, Brown photoshopped DaVinci’s head onto a strung out Eddie King Jr. as he attempted to rejoin the group to no avail.

In this case, Lil Meech is supposed to symbolize Duck (Robert Townsend) and BMF are The Five Heartbeats.

Check it out below.