MAFIOSO AND FLIPPA ARE THE SAME PERSON…OK :angel
Philadelphia was the nesting ground for recently incarcerated Andrew Flippa Mafia/Moggla Davis after arriving in the United States. Davis, who was only 5ft 6 inches and a mere 130 lbs., was the leader of this party clique that frequented Jamaican dancehalls in various States in the U.S. The clique consisted of around seven men, their main women. Flippa Mafia, Roger Mafia, Kemar Mafia, Shaba Mafia, Teflon Mafia, and a few more. These men and women lived their lives almost Italian Mafioso style.
From a distance, it would appear that the Mafia women stayed home, and took care of the men, then dress up in pricy outfits at night to party. From tailor made suits to; Gucci, Roberto Cavalli, Christian Louboutin in the later years. They were noted for their champagne showers and at one point Flippa Mafia used expensive champagne to wash his shoe while in a party.
It was said by many that some of the Mafia men were young men who Flippa Mafia paid their way from Waterhouse Jamaica to Philadelphia USA. Some came by boat, or other means. Allegations were that most of these men were hit men or had killed previously in Jamaica.
While Marsha, Flippa’s main woman in the states, counted mates/mistresses, one of whom had shared a home with her, Flippa counted Waterhouse arrivals. Shortly after some of the men arrived, they were incarcerated, so others were sent for to constantly replace those who were pulled off the streets by authorities.
Marsha was adamant about not leaving Flippa for another woman to have him because they were involved since High School. Flippa was bold enough to allow one of his women to share a home with Marsha, and it was said that, although she was quiet but deadly. A force to be reckoned with, Marsha, who had stuck by him after 6 outside children, had gotten in a fight with the miniature size Mafioso and had pummeled his head severe enough , that it needed stitching. She was not really as docile as she had appeared.
There was Jody,Sonita, Twanna-Kay, Marsha, and Hoika, all had children by Flippa while he was with Marsha. Jody, was the one who shared the home with Marsha, Sonita was said to be the main woman and this was sanctioned by his mother on video for the world to see. Marsha number two,Twanna-Kay number three and Hoika who came on-board almost at the end and took Marsha’s number two spot because Sonita had moved on and gotten married in 2011. Jody left a some time before and now lives in Canada; Twanna-Kay has also moved on and has another child. Hoika and Marsha were the main mafia women in the U.S.
Years before, Flippa was called to testify on a murder trial where two murders had taken place in his home in Philadelphia. Allegations are that some of the men Flippa had helped to come to the U.S , had gotten in an argument in a park and had decided to have a meeting off the streets to settle the disagreement.
It was said that after the meeting, two of the men ended up dead, one was upstairs and the other downstairs. Allegedly, one of the young men who was a part of the argument, went to the home, and the young man who opened the door, had a gun in his hand. Another went to the kitchen to retrieve a gun, another put a gun on the table, the one who opened the door did not know there was a hidden gun and he along with another young man ended up dead. It was said that Mr. Miniature Mafioso ran upstairs to retrieve a gun and one of the men who got shot, ran upstairs as well and fell victim to the bullet that was in him. Flippa, while trying to depart the crime scene was caught by police and charged with possession of marijuana and an unlicensed firearm. The shirt that Flippa had been wearing that should have contained gunshot residue was missing when the time came for the trial. While being cross examined, the lawyer for the defense asked Mafioso about the shirt and why he was not curious as to where the shirt was. Mafioso responded by saying that he has many more shirts where that shirt came from so he was not worried about it. He was also asked about his immigration status and was said to have responded that he was married. The lawyer then asked who Marsha was, Mafioso responded by saying that, Marsha was also his wife, sources say that the courtroom exploded in laughter. It was said that, the trigger man was not well liked among the men so a universal decision was made to testify against him.
The young men responsible for the deaths of both young men eventually went to prison and Mafioso remained free with the other young men who he had brought here.
New recruits meant hard work and more money for Flippa, a breast job for Marsha along with fat removal by liposuction and more champagne showers. Many onlookers wanted to live the life. Young innocent looking girls were recruited to become mules one of them was caught on two occasions and was deported.
The internet’s convenience and popularity gave way for Mafioso’s lifestyle to become visible to many Jamaicans online, here in the U.S and Jamaica. His popularity grew, Jamaicans all across the U.S regarded him as ‘’The Man’’ and began flocking in droves to his parties, seeking out his friendship. Scammers, career thieves, professionals and girls with above average looks wanted to work for him. Mafioso began to feel invincible. The power he had not achieved in Waterhouse, many years before, when they had attempted to stab him to death without recourse , was slowly being built.
Money was flowing so much so that Mafioso’s own sister Shawna’s boyfriend was accused of robbing him years before. Men came up, got locked up, the empire went on and Mafioso still had not spent a day in jail for the gun charges years before. The streets in Philadelphia said Mafioso had contacts for everything, contacts for going to Jamaica from the U.S, contacts for coming to the U.S and contacts from Canada to the U.S. Some of the men that had little worth stayed in jail without help from Mafioso while others who were hard-core criminals had top notch lawyers, all paid for from Mafioso’s pocket.
From a distance it would appear that Mafioso spent the bulk of the money on himself, the cars, the jewelry and the suits that were more expensive than what Marsha wore. He appeared loaded and in truth apart from spending lavishly on himself, Mafioso had to fill a number of men’s commissaries ,for men to come, provide for his children, ‘’flossing’’ at nightly parties and support his gambling addiction.
The more people flocked to him, the more he had to prove that he had it all and could do it all. In 2010, Mafioso took a trip to Jamaica. He purchased an apartment for 10M JMD and shipped two vehicles from the U.S. In Jamaica, everyone wanted a piece of his wealth; girls flocked to his apartment, shedding their clothes with the hopes of getting money for what they gave. Men volunteered to be his body guards hoping to get their own stash of cash. Flippa enjoyed the attention and also found a comfortable gambling spot, while his younger brother, Kemar Davis, who came to U.S after him, stayed behind and learnt the ropes. Money had to be sent to Mafioso on a daily basis to feed his gambling habit even though it was said on the streets of Jamaica that he was making money from his being able to help people come to the U.S. But, Mafioso gambled from sunup to sundown, sometimes after his money ran out, he would borrow money from his friends and continue on but he never left until his pockets were dry. Marsha sent money, Mafioso spent monies.