Whatever you do, be the BEST at it. That’s the mentality Amare has had his whole life whether it be basketball or bricks, his goal was always be the best. At 17 when life hits him hard and basketball won’t help feed his little sister, Amare turns to the fast life. Years later his rise in the streets is both a blessing and a curse. The more money he gains, the more snakes he will encounter and even those closest to him can’t always be trusted. Will Amare, along with his two best friends be able to maintain the top positions or will it all come crumbling down?
Strong, out spoken and beautiful young Starr was given a bag full of struggles as a gift. She entered the independent life at the tender age of fifteen, after her mom left the country to be with her new man. If that wasn’t enough, she was given the responsibility of a mother too soon when she was stuck with raising her little brother, Lucky. Growing up with no money, education or role models, Starr was forced to do all she could to make sure Lucky never lacked. Just when she thought she got a break, love had to make a surprise appearance.
Meet Barron “Bread” Wiggins self proclaimed ladies man, dope boy, and bail bondsman. Attempting to bury old wounds he refuses to allow any emotional connections to the merry-go-round of women he beds. Supplying the Las Vegas party scene, bedding any female he wants while demanding respect and keeping his murderous temper at bay, Bread is the man to see. Making it to the ripe age of 23 without a serious commitment is a task he takes pride in, but maybe he’s ready for a change. I mean if he can find the right girl…
Blood makes you related, loyalty makes you family.
The code that we lived by was to get money and love could wait…That was until four special women entered our lives….
Jaton was the youngest with a reckless mouth and trigger finger that was always itchin. He and Capri were good friends but also had that bond that no one could break. Jaton would do anything for Capri she was his weakness
Since he was young Raafi was taught the values of strength and family. Although he witnessed the devotion between his mother and father, The streets was his first Love and the rush it brought hardened his heart and gave him tunnel vision to making paper.