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My Brother's Keeper Book Two
Looking down at my phone, it was my father calling. I let out a sigh before I took his call because it meant one or two things. We had an issue.
“Hello, Pops,” I voiced as I waited to see what this call would be about.
“How are things going in the Peach State, son?” My father’s baritone voice-based.
“It’s going well, but I don’t know why you and uncle got me out here babysitting.” I heard my father chuckle lightly before I continued with our conversation.
“Son, we have to know what’s going on, and you keep us informed on that,” my father sternly stated.
“I get that, but yall could have gotten somebody else to do this shit, and I’m always cleaning this nigga’s mess up. I don’t know why uncle feels he will stand next to me when I take over.” I shook my head at the thought my uncle had, plus this nigga wasn’t real family in my eyes.
“Son, you know I love my brother, but I do agree with you, and I know I taught you the game, and you will move this family to the next level,” I could hear the proudness in his voice.
“Pops speaking of. I’m thinking about expanding out here. Atlanta seems that it would be another lucrative business route.”
“Well, if this is something you really want to do, we can go over the details of it. I need you back here for a meeting this Friday, and you need to be here.”
“Alright, I’ll be there anything I need to worry about?” I asked because I hoped shit was moving smoothly while I was out her babysitting another nigga.
“We will talk more when you get here. Ross, please move with caution,” after he spoke those words, we disconnected the call.
My thoughts went to my father’s tone, letting me know it was about to be some bullshit. I hit up Cash and Amari and told them we had to make a trip back home in a few days. I finished the rest of my paperwork and headed out to see what Law was up to. I could have easily had my boy Cash check him out, but it was good I showed my face from time to time. I do not know why Law and I never really got along, but we never clicked even though we grew up like family.