Old hustlas don’t die, they just fade away. And that’s just what Cootie wants to do after his latest bid. He’s getting to old to run game the way he used to, and with 5-0 trying to turn him, he just wants some peace. In order to find that peace, though, he must save his youngest daughter from a Harlem underworld of prostitution and drugs. To do that, Cootie has to go against one of the most cold-blooded hustlers in the hood, a killer with corrupt police backup. All Cootie wants to do is step up and be the father he never was. That quest takes him to places deeper and darker than he has ever imagined.

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