Friday, May 31, 2019


'It can't be them, they're black as sin': What Jussie Smollett told cops once Nigerian brothers were in custody as newly released police files reveal how he changed his story and asked them about 'good pills and molly' months before staged attack

Daily Mail
May 30, 2019

Newly released documents regarding Jussie Smollett's case have revealed text messages in which the Empire star texted the Nigerian brothers asking for drugs. The messages show Smollett asking either Abel and Ola Osundairo for help to acquire 'good pills' with nicknames revealed to be for cocaine, ecstasy, and marijuana.

'Nigga you still got a molly connect?' one of his messages from September 27, 2018 reads. 'Imma need a good fo pills hahaha'. He then sends a verification code from Venmo, an online payment app.

One of the Nigerian brothers, although it remains unclear which, then replies: 'Got it'.

The messages were revealed in a mass of documents released by Chicago PD on Thursday. They included mugshots of the two brothers that have never before been made public.

Smollett was charged with filing a false police report for allegedly staging the hate attack in January. However, prosecutors dropped all the charges on him on March 26, with little explanation.

Ever since, Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx has been under intense scrutiny and has faced mounting questions over why Smollett was let off.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Why was Smollett let off? ’Cause you had a nigga (to use Jussie’s term) prosecutor who personally favored a nigga criminal.

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