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Lopez, 50, portrays Ramona — a likeness of Samantha Barbash — in Hustlers , the head of a successful strip club who devises a scheme to steal from her Wall Street clients after the recession hits. The story is told through the eyes of Destiny, played by Wu, which was inspired by the story of Roselyn Keo. Keo became a stripper to make ends meet and care for her young daughter when she met Barbash and conspired with her for their money-making schemes. Stiles plays Jennifer, a journalist who interviews Wu's Destiny about the scheme.
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It was released as a single from the soundtrack album to the film New Jack City and from the rapper's fourth studio album O. Original Gangster. Reaching a peak position of number 67 on the US Billboard Hot , the single remained on the chart for a total of 8 weeks. In the song, Ice-T raps about the life of a hustler. In the movie, Wesley Snipes plays a hustler named Nino Brown hence the title.
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The new crime drama Conflicted follows a Buffalo man Adiyon Dashalon trying to go clean after a stint in prison, only to be lured back into the game by his cousin Benny the Butcher. The story pulls heavily from the life of Benny, born Jeremie Pennick, who often raps about his four bids in the New York State pen. I been locked up so much that the first time I came home, dudes had money for me, they was happy to see me, the second time I came home, same thing. Third time, it was a little [different]. Thanks in large part to his booming rap career, Benny has been able to leave that life behind — but trouble still found him this past November when he was shot in the leg during a robbery attempt outside a Houston Walmart.
While the premise of "Hustlers" a group of ex-strippers and sex workers join forces to scam powerful Wall Street men as a way of getting ahead sounds like something straight out of Hollywood, the movie is actually inspired by a real-life story that appeared in New York Magazine in The New York Magazine article focuses on two former strippers — Roselyn Keo and Samantha Barbash — who decided to start drugging men and bringing them to strip clubs, where they would max out the incapacitated man's credit card before he came to. Keo is undoubtedly the focus of the article, where she explains why she chose to start scamming. For obvious reasons, Keo and Barbash's names were changed to Destiny and Ramona, respectively, and certain elements of the original story were exaggerated for dramatic effect. Here's how the movie version of "Hustlers" differs from the real-life story that inspired it.