What if hatred was love, and vice versa?
If I told you that I hate you, would you say I love you?
If I bring a dozen flowers it should mean nothing
I cheated on you cause I love you so you should be blushing
It’s vice versa and I love you so you should be hurting
It’s Valentines and I got your friend I’m tryna merk her
Would you give up on who you love just to nurture?
We made love and I hate you so the night is perfect—Devin
In the bright lights of Hollywood, nothing is ever as magically bright as it appears. Million dollar mansions house some of the dirtiest moments, and $500,000 cars drive around some of the most broken mindsets you could ever meet. Trays of coke get distributed like a deck of cards, weed burns in the place of passion, $1,500 Hennessy Paradis pours through the pores of the richest souls. Some of the dreamers who arrive at the highest of heights have usually had to sacrifice an unimaginable price to arrive.
What good does it do to gain the world but lose yourself?
Multi-platinum, multi-controversial rap star—Devin— has lived a life more fit for a rollercoaster safety rail. His latest quest into Hollywood extends his stay a little longer than originally intended. Armed with unlimited problems, drugs, and lawsuits; he gets a multi-million dollar offer that will change his life. However, a life change doesn’t mean that it will always change for the better.
Sick of being used, and tired of people trying to change him, he decides to take the offer that he can’t refuse— but would it come with consequences that he can’t remove?
Ashlon is fed up and at wit’s end. Lika is due a large settlement. Banny is out for blood, and OG Terrance gets some unexpected news he can use. The poetic and tear-jerking finale to one of the most intense and highest rated love stories ever.