Social media, politics, and rap videos with Darrell Brooks



A look at Darrell Brooks’ online persona

Mr. Darrell Brooks allegedly rammed a car into spectators during the Waukesha, Wisconsin, Christmas parade. He recorded rap videos, left a sizable digital trail of social media accounts, some of which contained political posts.

On October 3, 2022, a trial for registered sex offender Brooks will begin in Waukesha County. Brooks has two active cases and a long criminal history.

Click here to view the criminal complaint against Brooks. It says that after he started to “rapidly accelerate,” two detectives tried to stop him but were unsuccessful, and they watched as he plowed his car into parade attendees.

He noticed the vehicle appeared to be purposefully moving side to side, striking multiple people, and bodies and objects were flying from the area of the vehicle, leading the officer to believe “this was an intentional act to strike and hurt as many people as possible.”

Police were told by a witness that the SUV was driving “zig-zagging.” The SUV appeared to be attempting to avoid other cars rather than people. No attempt was made by the car to slow down or even stop. The “direct intent to hit as many parade participants,” according to another witness, was what he perceived.

What you should know about Brooks’ political, rap, and social media videos is as follows:

Brooks Rapped Under the Name ‘MathBoi Fly’

The social media accounts of Brooks reveal that he is an aspiring rapper with a significant criminal background; he backed Black Lives Matter and used social media to post anti-police rhetoric.

Brooks performed rap music as MathBoi Fly. Rap music videos used to be on his YouTube channel, but it has since been taken down. One of the videos showed him with a red SUV in the background.

Before his account was deleted, Heavy saved the music video you just watched.

“Born nd raised in Milwaukee, WI in the dangerous west side neighborhood of Washington Park, Fly turn to the streets at a very young age.. after numerous legal battles, Fly started turning the life he lived in the streets into music, with his 1st mixtape released in the summer of 2014.. now considered the best underground artist in his city, keep looking out for more big moves by the best Milwaukee artist of this era..” is what he wrote on SoundCloud.

He identified himself as an “Underground Hip-Hop/Rap/Drill recording artist/producer/writer/actor from Milwaukee, WI” on a now-deleted Facebook page under the name “Evangelist Fly.”


He sometimes used gun emojis in posts.

Brooks Weighed in on the Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict


Brooks wrote about the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict on another MathBoi Fly Facebook page under the name Jay Brooks. The trial took place about an hour’s drive from Waukesha and Milwaukee.

The page is filled with religious quotes. When a friend commented on the post, “Doesn’t surprise me, what a joke,” Brooks replied, “frfr…but u rite,I wasn’t surprised 1 bit .”

Google MapsA red SUV can be seen on Google Maps in front of Brooks’ address.

“Milwaukee, WI born & raised, rapper/songwriter/producer/stoner/philosopher next big thing out the Midwest if u aint know, get in tune,” wrote Brooks on one of his Twitter pages.

On one of his pages, he discussed the Derek Chauvin case.

FBMathBoi Fly

Who isn’t from the trenches, he wrote in 2019: “in case yall don’t know how f***** up my xity is… I got ties to Detroit my dad whole family from the D,nd Iwas born nd grew up in Milwaukee.”

Brooks Posted Regarding Kobe Bryant, Governor Scott Walker, and BLM

TwitterDarrell Brooks

A compilation of some of Brooks’ now-deleted Facebook posts, particularly on BLM, was shared on Twitter by one user.

Kobe Bryant and Juice WRLD are among the celebrities to whom Brooks paid tribute on his Twitter page.

He sometimes got political.


Is Brooks a Republican or a Democrat? He published a fake photograph of Scott Walker, a former Republican governor, dressed as a Nazi.


Brooks also posted anti-police rhetoric.



Black Lives Matter was mentioned in one post along with a picture of BLM carved into fruit.


He referred to former President Barack Obama as “this good talking a** president” and called him the N-word who says “bull****.”

Kanye West was a target.


He published Malcolm X quotes along with black nationalist rhetoric.


He discussed the shooting rampage that took place at a spa in Brookfield, Wisconsin, in Waukesha County, in 2012.


Unlike the other posts, this one was making the rounds on Twitter, but Heavy was unable to confirm it on Brooks’ actual social media accounts before they were taken down.

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Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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