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A new documentary has been made called “How to Make Money Selling Drugs.” The film focuses on every aspect of the dope game, and serves as an extension to the “Ten Crack Commandments” written by The Notorious B.I.G. many years ago.
The film goes into everything that you need to know in order to sell dope on the corner: How to work your way up from being a corner boy to a kingpin, how to deal with cops, and how to get your connections to get drugs for sale. It also talks about the reasons that a lot of kids choose to sell dope in an economy that doesn’t offer many job opportunities beyond minimum wage.
The rapper 50 Cent is part of the documentary, along with other people who’ve made their money on the corner. The film even explores the reasons why the money might be worth going to jail. Say, for example, you have $200,000 when you leave for jail. As long as the cops don’t get your money, you will have $200,000 waiting for you when you get out. Even for a five or ten year sentence, some think that the tradeoff is worth it.
The film also gets political, talking about how the War on Drugs has led to long sentences for drug felons and how the drug issue in America is better treated as a public health issue than a legal one. One drug felon even said that he doesn’t understand how some of his fellow inmates had long sentences for marijuana distribution, but that the jail itself was selling tobacco to him while he was incarcerated.
Besides 50 Cent, director Woody Harrelson is also in the film. Harrelson has long been an advocate for banning the war on drugs and legalizing drugs altogether. You can see the trailer below: