DOLLAR BILL by Joy

Dollar bill is “Dead Presidents”, “Jason’s Lyric” and “Set It Off” in print.

From the killing grounds Gary, Indiana, Dollar goes from a small pup just living and learning to a big dawg learning to live.

Dollar decides against joining the typical ballers out of the streets hustling drugs to make a come up. After carefully critiquing the game, Dollar chooses the more concrete type hustle, straight out robbin’ folks.

Dollar catches a case at the ripe age of 18 on the first of many planned hustles that he thought would lead to the good life. The case resulted in Dollar been sentenced to live out rest of his natural life behind bars.

When Dollar encounters Romeo, the hardest cat in prison, he realizes that prison life exists six feet under hell. Romeo takes Dollar’s mind on a manipulating roller coaster ride, which almost pushes him to brink of insanity. In the beginning Romeo instills the fear of death in Dollar, but in the end he gives him life.

When the state sentenced Dollar they never expected the affect it would have on the new life he would eventually lead. They never imagined he would some day walk streets again and perfect his game.

Back in the streets, Dollar manages to drag everyone in his life who means anything to him into his deadly game. His bid in prison taught him one important thing that he would now apply to his hustle, how not to get caught!

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