Jholee & Kiandre: A Gangsta & His Good Girl
Part One: Thoughts:
Honestly, I have been working on this story since October, but I didn’t want to put it out in the midst of me working on Scarred, Phresh and Nykee with BriAnn, and Frank’s story. Had I put this out in the midst of everything else, I don’t think people would have been able to appreciate Kiandre’s character enough.
One thing I like about Kiandre is that he’s real charismatic. He’s not scared to tell you how he feels and loves it when people stand up to him. (You’ll see how he reacts when Jholee starts talking back to him.) He tells it like it is, and he ain’t afraid to hurt your feelings. You better ask his mama, Sabrina. TK can hurt her feelings worse than her own husband can.
Jholee is such a little naïve sweetheart. She’s so timid and she’s that way because her daddy kept her sheltered because of some shit he used to be into. (You’ll find out later in the story.) Jholee may be a little scary, but she packs a can of mace and she isn’t afraid to use it. So, you run up on shawty, and she’ll definitely leave your eyes red. TK caught some too. He thought Jholee wouldn’t spray his ass.
Octavia has been Jholee’s friend since she’s been little. She knows how shy, naïve, and timid Jholee is, so basically, it’s been her job to always make sure she has Jholee’s back. Even though Jholee don’t listen to shit she say about Kiandre, she still loves her though.
Riley. Ugh. Riley claims she is Jholee’s friend, but that lady started moving hella weird, and it threw both Jholee and Octavia for a loop. If I could say all the things, I want to say about her, I’ll be here all day.
Joe-Lee Marshall is so very complex to me. It’s almost as if I can write a prequel about him and his wife, and his love triangle he had going on before him and Lonetta tied the knot. Joe-Lee is one of the men that had to learn the hard way about Karma. He had been doing wrong for fifteen whole years. Fifteen whole years… and I just… somebody get him some MILK! His problems have caused Lonetta to be so mean and I don’t think anyone could blame her honestly. You’ll see. After majority of yall read it, I would like to have a conversation about their situation. (Someone remind me)
All in all. I loved this storyline. I also had been sitting on it for a while because I didn’t think I knew how to Urban up a story about a young girl selling her virginity to the highest bidder. I even asked a couple of people would they like reading a story like this, and they all said yes, so I finally got around to getting it out. I hope you all enjoy reading this soap opera, just as much as I enjoyed writing it.