New Jersey native, Bridgette Brown has the odds stacked against her, being born from two of the most powerful gangsters, Pamela and Yayo. They brought her up on the strong morals of all the street codes. Growing up, she watched her father become a true Street King, but he was nothing if he didn’t let his Queen conquer too. Pamela always had her man back. No matter what, every deal Yayo made Pamela was there to give her input.
Except for one fatal deal that she warned him about. The first time Yayo didn’t listen, it cost them both their lives. Pamela and Yayo had many enemies, the Jamaicans, in particular, wiping everybody out that gets on their path. Bridgette was left at a young age to grow up in the cold world without her parents. The only surviving family she had was her cousin Lena, who taught her all the wrongs things about dealing with men.
Lena was a bad influence, making Bridgette grow up before her time, but thankfully, she placed the right people in her life, longtime friends Karlie and Tommie. Once Bridgette linked up with them, there was no turning back. The three of them acquired that hunger for money; they took whatever they could get no matter who it belonged to. But stealing from the wrong one costs them their freedom of working alone and forced them to join up with the same Jamaican clan who killed her parents.