By Tracy Brown
Lamin Michaels discovered at his mother's knee the significance of chasing paper, so it is no shock he will get into the drug video game while he is only a teen. while he meets Zion, a manufactured from the recent York urban foster care and felony process, Lamin is aware that he has meet the correct associate in crime. jointly, they construct an incredible narcotics empire.
Then, Lamin falls demanding for a stunning woman named fortunate. fortunate makes Lamin notice that there's extra to existence than money and more money. whilst Lamin is going respectable with a occupation within the leisure undefined, Zion attempts to maintain their company occurring either the road and the boardroom. it is not lengthy earlier than Zion turns into the objective of a corruption scandal concerning homicide, extortion and funds laundering. as soon as the airborne dirt and dust is uncovered, will Lamin and Zion have the ability to stay one step forward, or will their paper chasing days hang-out them forever?
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