Arrogant Drug Dealer Busted During Facebook Live Stream

A drug dealer with extreme hubris thought he was all about the Benjamins until the police raided his home. The best part: all of this unfolded for the world to see via Facebook's streaming video service, Facebook Live.

According to the NY Post, Breon Hollings switched on Facebook Live to brag about how much cash he had by fanning it out and talking about how great he was. His one-man show came to an abrupt halt about a minute into his self-serving speech when he notices movement outside his window and hears a loud knock at his door. Knock, knock! Guess who?

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, that's who. “We have a search warrant,” can be clearly heard in the video, followed by a couple of loud bangs and some rustling. Police officers are then seen wearing riot gear as one of them walks into the video stream. According to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, the raid was pre-planned and not set into motion by the Facebook Live stream.

Police found crack cocaine, a gun, ammunition, Oxycodone, and a bunch of drug paraphernalia in the home. Needless to say, Hollings was arrested and awaits his day in court.

Now enjoy the show (NSFW language):

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