The police called him a drug lord, but he saw himself as a business man and hip hop player. He was Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff, an admitted gangster. When the street hustle changed, he took on a new hustle as a key player in hip hop entertainment. But, against the backdrop of conflicts and violence and after years in the drug game, was Supreme just a misunderstood hustler?
One character would be part of a major reality TV franchise and another would be chilling with Auntie Maxine Waters.