Johnny Cool Number One Pimp

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Johnny Cool was living in Chicago known as " The Windy City". He was the king of the city, a big time pimp turn drug dealer. Johnny was at the top of his game, making money hand over fist. He sold so much cocaine, he was known all over the city as the "Ice Man". The street name suited him just fine (although he perferred to be called Johnny Cool). The name Ice Man came from his dealing with drugs. Johnny was making a fortune running both women and drugs. Although pimping was more of his style and class. Being ...
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Overview

Johnny Cool was living in Chicago known as " The Windy City". He was the king of the city, a big time pimp turn drug dealer. Johnny was at the top of his game, making money hand over fist. He sold so much cocaine, he was known all over the city as the "Ice Man". The street name suited him just fine (although he perferred to be called Johnny Cool). The name Ice Man came from his dealing with drugs. Johnny was making a fortune running both women and drugs. Although pimping was more of his style and class. Being known as a drug dealer was beginning to leave a bad taste in his mouth. In fact Johnny was looking for a way to get out of the whole game completely.

This was a place where pimps could talk pimping and brag about how much money their whores were making. All the cool people love coming to Johnny's Place (he was the pimp of pimps). Everybody loved Johnny Cool, they just loved to hear him talk about pimping. All the women loved watching him (it was the perfect place for a pimp). The club was where Johnny loved being most (it was the best move he every made).

They knew Johnny was Don Juan's friend. They had also heard the Senator may have had something to do with his killing. They were well aware of the fact of what happen to his daughter. The trial for Don Juan being charge with statutory rape of the Senator's daughter was well publicize. So when the Senator came up missing (even through he was from New York), the name Johnny Cool just seemed to come up.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781434303417
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 6/28/2007
  • Pages: 116
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.28 (d)

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