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As I sat in the court room listening to the prosecution's final statements against my father, I listened as they described him as a monster. Which they had been trying to convince the jury for the past year. This court house had became all to familiar to me.
My dad was facing drug, multiple murders, and countless other petty charges. After a year of trial, the case would be ending soon and my dad would finally find out his fate. And to be completely honest, it wasn't looking to good for him.
"We will resume at 8am Friday morning. Court is adjourned." The judge said as he banged his gavel.
The officers grabbed my father as he looked back at me, I looked at him and nodded as he returned the gesture and preceded to be escorted back to his cell. I'd gotten used to our new goodbye as it had became routine. As I exited the court house, I put on my sunglasses and proceeded to my car.
My dad was far from a saint and due to his way of life he was destined to either jail or a grave, and he had came to that cross road. Being his only child, he raised me to be prepared for when I had to takeover. This didn't sit well with a lot of the n*ggas who felt they were next in line for the throne, but I knew they could never foresee the business like I could. I knew to trust no one.
As many times as my father had looked out for these n*ggas, from putting roofs over their families' heads to putting money in their pocket, not one of them have even showed their face at now court date. None of them were worthy of the top spot.
However, I knew this isn't how I wanted to spend the rest of my life. But in honor of my father, I planned to bow out the game gracefully and with the upmost respect.