On the streets of Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, and Inglewood CA . . .,
and, in a world of chance, survival, hope, greed, and uncertain success,
there are tasks that must be accomplished, and somebody has to be man
enough to accept the responsibility of that accomplishment. This is all
in a world where almost everything you have to do is detrimental. Debo
(D-Angelo L. Jackson) teams up with Mad-C (Charles Write) to take
on a mission where they must fight to stay alive. But it’s an even harder
responsibility to fight to keep the people they love alive, and to hold on
to what rightfully belongs to them. Debo and Mad-C uses their skills,
wisdom, and common sense to deal with the people who are trying to
tear their world apart. They are up against a crooked politician who
embezzled one hundred and fifty million dollars from his own campaign
contribution fund, a multi-millionaire and C.E.O. and chairman of the
board of directors of a very prominent yacht club in Malibu, California,
and two D.E.A. agents who also have a “little something” up their sleeves.
Debo also has the help of his adopted little sister, Joyvette Hernandez, who
keeps him in check and watches over him, but is also put in harm’s way.
She is bright, cautious and very alert. With all this pulling at them, they
have to keep each other alive. They have until Christmas day to complete
their mission. Will they make it through alive by Christmas Day? Or, will
Christmas day find them all dead?