SAN ANGELO, TX – An ongoing "beef" on the streets of San Angelo's north side is reaching its boiling point after both sides of the problem went on the underground San Angelo hood life YouTube channel, DeadSpot TV to air each side's complaints about the other.
As previously reported, on May 9, 2023, a group of people were caught on camera urinating on the grave of the sister of Andrew 'Dru Breezy' Bermea. For the original article see: Murdered Toddler's Grave Desecrated by Family Foes
After the story was published, the San Angelo LIVE! comment section blew up. Instead of the normal comments, however, Bermea himself made over 20 comments calling the suspects out. Two days later, Joseph Matthew Gonzales, 20, was arrested for Vandalizing/Damaging/Treating Offensively a Final Resting Place.
The beef did not end there. Just two weeks later the Concho Valley Crimestoppers issued a wanted notice for Bermea. The warrant was for missing a court date. San Angelo LIVE! also ran that story and once again Bermea filled the story's comment section. This time it wasn't about his sister's grave.
Instead, Bermea filled the comments with pictures and video of the men with whom he had a problem. Most of his ranting was declaring that his opponents were inferior to Bermea, how his opponents were allegedly running from him, and even some showing that the 'Opps' had homosexual tendencies. Regardless, Bermea promised that if he saw any of them then it would be "on sight."
As previously reported, Dead Spot TV is a local YouTube channel that highlights the goings on along Martin Luther King Blvd. Whether interviewing residents at the homeless camp, making music videos of local "homies", or making late night visits to MLK park with his camera running, Dead Spot TV shows viewers everything going on in the hood.
Dead Spot TV took this beef and ran with it. First however, the show went with the side of Bermea's opposition who is known as "Solow." San Angelo LIVE! does not know Solow's legal name. In the video below, Solow explains the beef. WARNING EXTREMELY GRAPHIC LANGUAGE. VIEWERS DISCRETION IS ADVISED.
In the video, Solow tells the audience that he is from Dallas but moved to San Angelo in his teenage years. Now at 27, he claims that he has no beef with anyone in town but Dru Breezy. Although the exact reason was unclear it appeared that the majority of the beef comes from local drug dealers he calls "plugs." Also that Solow had attempted to get with Dru Breezy’s younger sister.
“I went to go get the scoop not from my og but from my plug you know what I’m saying wait x that out,” said Solow at the 5 minute mark in the video “But you want to say I’m trying to get with your little sister”
When asked about simply fighting Bermea and ending the beef, Solow said he would fight but it would need to be fair. "These N***** that I'm riding with you done already threatened these N***** fam," said Solow. "So I'm not telling you that you not going to get jumped, you not going to get touched, I'm just saying that."
This video was published on June 3, 2023. Two days later, Dru Breezy appeared on Dead Spot TV. WARNING EXTREMELY GRAPHIC LANGUAGE. VIEWERS DISCRETION IS ADVISED.
In his interview Bermea did not hold back. He went after not only Solow but other with names like Druski, Michael Andros, and more. His 20 minutes was spent going after the squad for not really living the hood life and following the street rules. Whether it be talking to police, hanging out and sleeping with high school kids, or having sex with one another, Dru Breezy accused them of it all.
When he was asked about a one-on-one fight with Solow, Dru Breezy said that he was "in."
"Sh*t I'm with that. Solow I'm with that, James Deen I'm with that," said Dru Breezy. "Whoever said that they looking for me I'm with that."
For now however the fight will have to wait — or Solow will need to bail Dru Breezy out of jail. According to the Tom Green County Sheriff's Office, on June 7, 2023 at 11:58 p.m. Bermea was booked into the jail for assault to a family member, going off bond (GOB) for a previous charge of theft of property, GOB for possession of marijuana between two and four ounces, evading arrest with a previous conviction, and GOB criminal trespassing. His bond is set at $50,500.