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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Mystery and Crime  |  House: Booksie Classic
THATS HOW THE GAME GOES takes you into the streets of North Philly. See how the game is played out and just how down low and dirty people can be for the love of money.

Submitted: July 21, 2013

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Submitted: July 21, 2013



Jay-r is the undisputed cocaine King in North Philly. He's made millions of dollars in the streets and also did his share of dirty work in the streeets. He realizes that after all he's done he's very fortunate to be alive and better yet not in prison. He puts his hustling mentality into his rap group M.O.E and they move up in the music industry quickly, but Jay-r's past catches up to him and the streets are not ready to let him go.

Coupe was locked up for 15years. He comes home to find that things have changed drastically! He hates the fact that his hood is ran by what he considers suckers'. Coupe rounds up his own gang and is out to take his neighborhood from the youngsters or make them all bow down to him and pay him rent. "Either roll with me or get rolled over!"-Coupe

Ki Ki will do whatever she has to for some money. She has always been under the impression that when she gets some money everything about her would change. She goes all out to get her money, sleeping with dudes for money, stealing, setting people up to get robbed, even kidnapping. But if her brilliant idea to do one thing to get some really big money works, she's going to be done with that life.

Assistant District Attorney Harper is out to make the one big case that will get him a promotion and hopefully help him move up the ladder. He wants that big case badly and he's willing to bend the rules if he has to in order to make his case.


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