In Atlanta Yo Money name is gaining respek in the streets when it comes to his music, but it’s the trap that pays the bills. When he decides to make a powerplay and run off on one of his plugs (Polo) the plan doesn’t go as expected. Check what happens in the city when cold young hustlers is always after yo money.
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