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I Aint Mad at Ya by Travis Unique Stevens

I Aint Mad at Ya

by Travis Unique Stevens

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Growing up in the mean inner-city streets of Harlem, New York, Freedom, a young black man in his early 20's, learned at an early age how to provide for himself. Growing up fatherless and raised by an ex-dopefiend mother, his options were few. Like so many of his peers, he becomes fascinated by the promise of fast money, power and respect offered by New York's other "business" world. One day on a humble, Freedom meets Havoc, a Brooklyn native who gets his money by any means necessary. When Havoc takes Freedom under his wing, he introduces him to another world, the art of heisting, murder and mayhem. Take a sneak peak into a world where violence is normal and betrayal is to be expected. Read and find out if both of these men dodge a destiny of Federal prosecution, prison and death.

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