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By M. Lott

Welcome again to Black Sam and Atika’s international. keep on with their trip as they proceed to upward thrust to the pinnacle of the sport. A video game of deceit, treachery, and betrayal. Black Sam's number-one task is to maintain his son at the right direction in existence, and much clear of the streets. yet, that turns into an issue once they made the choice to undertake the overdue Lil Chris's son, Meech.
Lil Sam merely desired to keep on with in his father's footsteps and be a good basketball participant, yet his loyalty to Meech and his ally, Jakee, will get him stuck up in a whirlwind of hassle, as he is confronted with judgements to make.
Jakee desires to be like his father, Josh, so he groups up with Meech and the 2 of them jointly take the town of concord by means of typhoon as they terrorize North Philly.
those 3 younger males are at the speedy lane to destruction as they battle through the typical struggles of being undefined, peer strain, and growing to be up within the urban of “Killadelphia”...

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