Twenty-nineteen was a tough year for Sleeze the Kingpin. He spent the first few months of the year behind bars, suspected of being the mastermind of the Christmas-day murder of a pregnant, drug-addicted woman. Even though he had absolutely no involvement, just being suspected of this crime caused him to lose a lot that was important to him.
While he was behind bars, he thought about his life, how he had been born in California and how he had spent his formidable years in Georgia. He thought about his time in the military and how, because of his service, he’d been able to travel the world. He thought about life post-military, about the things he’d done that most only wished they could. He’d become an entrepreneur and was especially proud of his restaurant. He was a proud father who was very involved in the lives of his children. But now all that was slipping through his fingers like sand.
In that jail, Sleeze vowed to use this situation that was meant to break him to build an empire. It’s not often that the lion gets to speak of his exploits with hunter, but here is a chance to experience this rare phenomenon because Sleeze is the lion. Just a few weeks after being released, Sleeze began his career as an artist. He is a natural-born storyteller who is admired for his clever wordplay and the way he spins his tales.
Instead of being defeated by these circumstances, Sleeze turned them into fire, and they are lighting his way. Yes, 2019 was a tough year, but it met its match with Sleeze because he is made of steel.
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