Dad From Big E Brawl Is A Springfield Heroin Dealer Who Just Got A $20K PPP Loan


Earlier in the week we published a blog about a brawl at the Big E in which one man, who appeared to be the father of some of the girls stomping other girls in the face, was throwing ratchets out the club left and right.

The man’s name is Andre Hickson, and he was widely praised for breaking up the fight.

However, after speaking to the other girls in the video who came on the live show last night (at the 57:20 mark), it appears as if his family started the whole thing, and he was an active participant.

It also appears as if Andrew Hickson is a heroin dealing dirtbag.

In May he was arrested in Tarrytown, New York while trafficking over 6 pounds of heroin from New Jersey. In 2014 he was arrested on I-91 in Holyoke and caught with 120 bags of heroin. In 2017 he was arrested on warrants for – you guessed it – drug dealing.

Yet despite these arrests he managed to stay out of jail, most likely because he’s a snitch. This enabled him to form an LLC in Marlborough shortly before his arrest in May, and he got a $20,000 PPP loan for it that he’ll never have to pay back.

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Because this is what we do in America now – shut down the country and then pay heroin dealers to create dummy corporations so they can pay for their family to get into the Big E and jump people.



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