Prologue House is a young, smooth player in the game. The ladies adore him and the fellas respect him even if they don’t like him. House spent a few months in prison for a lifetime probation violation and was released under strict supervision to a parole center.
House got caught up with fleeing and alluding a month before he was scheduled for release off parole and was sent back to prison.
While in the county awaiting his sentence, House learned that his father was murdered in their neighborhood. Then once he arrived in prison, it was sadly told to him that his uncle had passed away from diabetes. When it rains, it pours, because then his girlfriend of eight years left him for dead in the joint.
But when God closes one door, he opens up a new one, and Tonya walked back into House’s life. But now House is back and the streets are calling. His respect is on the line, and his love for the game is deep.
But going back to prison is not an option. Which path to choose is a confusing choice.
And with a hustla’s spirit but the mind set to do the right thing, the money may take control of the situation.
But this is the life of a real street hustla with the ups and downs and the risks and dangers.
Hustling is cool and balling is fun, but when you are on the outside looking in, all you see is the excitement and never witness the other part of the game.
In the streets, it’s kill or be killed, and you either get money or you in the way. So if you ain’t willing and ready to go all the way in this never-ending game, catch the sideline.
But with a trill reputation on the streets and a crew who loves and respects House, it’s harder leaving the game than he ever imagined it would be.
But let’s travel down this road with House and vision the reality of this Da’Lyfe! Let’s ride.
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Published March 17, 2011
Literature & Fiction.