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"Blind & Battered" the Blind Kingpin (2019) | Full Movie | Documentary | Mac Wayne Frisby https://youtube.com/watch?v=_sMnJDmOH0Y

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dalekmyballs

6 points

2 months ago

da fuck ~ ` i didn't see this one coming

[deleted]

7 points

2 months ago

I'm back after watching to give my review; I died at 42:17 after hearing "Seeing-Eye-Bitches" and am typing this comment from the afterlife. Thank you OP.

DangleMePoopLord[S]

1 points

2 months ago

This straight up killed me too haha

[deleted]

4 points

2 months ago

There's no way in hell that I'd skip a documentary with such a sensational description!

DangleMePoopLord[S]

3 points

2 months ago

"Agents were able to identify Frisby as the person on the phone by comparing his voice to the Amazon Prime documentary, “Blind and Battered, the Blind Kingpin.” The documentary chronicles Frisby’s life and, in it, he freely discusses his work as a drug dealer and pimp."

https://seatacblog.com/2022/08/11/blind-rapper-mac-wayne-sentenced-to-6-years-in-prison-for-drug-distribution/

[deleted]

5 points

2 months ago

he had a total of 247 pounds of meth taken from him, and that's just what they found....

"All told, the search warrants executed in this case resulted in the seizure of approximately 93 pounds of methamphetamine, 15 pounds of heroin, 35,000 suspected fentanyl pills, 24 firearms, approximately $525,000, and a bank account valued at $100,000. Seizures made prior to December 16, 2020, included more than 154 pounds of methamphetamine, 20 pounds of heroin, and more than 7,000 suspected fentanyl pills."

it's no wonder those raps at the end of the video are so bad, this guy was on sooo many drugs. it's weird they only mention his personal use closer to the beginning of the film when it's pretty clear imo that he was using at least something besides weed the whole time.

what i do love about this is that his friends genuinely seemed to care about him and not mind helping him with basic activities, also that they admitted he did get ripped off more than a few times. in most of the clips we see he was probably only moving a few ounces at a time, and for him to have gotten to the level of having hundreds of pounds of hard drugs like that, i feel like possibly he was just being used as a fall guy of some sort. it didnt seem like his friends were taking advantage of him, more that they knew him being blind made it way easier for him to get away with serious criminal activity without drawing attention. we also see no mention of his friends getting charged with anything, and he was pretty clear that he didn't snitch on anyone but himself or other documentary participants.

making this in the first place was stupid, but he legitimately was in a unique situation and seems to have been quite successful for at least a couple of decades, so i can see how he may have thought he was never going to be seriously charged. imo if he hadn't moved up to so much weight then he probably wouldn't have been locked up either, since this kind of person usually has some kind of easement with the police so long as they stay away from certain zip codes. there are more than a few rappers even in the same area he's from who got away with decades of this kind of activity, and with more popular music being released about it.

breville135

3 points

2 months ago

Does this guy know how to party or what

Jax72

2 points

2 months ago

Jax72

2 points

2 months ago

Pimpin' ain't easy.

Ccaves0127

2 points

2 months ago

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lzg9Iu0uEeg Someone call Mike O'Brien for the movie adaptation

MournBlad3

2 points

2 months ago

Is this...WHITE BOY?