In this candid interview, former drug boss Azie Faison revisits his upbringing in 1960s and 1970s New York, revealing his mother had five children by the time she was 20 years old. Faison talked about Rich Porter selling heroin at the age of 12 and dropping out of high school, while he struggled to make ends meet working a 9-5 at a cleaners. He remembered "Scarface" changing people's perception of cocaine before he started selling the drug. He recalled making up to $50,000 per day selling crack and working with Alpo Martinez while Rich Porter was locked up. After Porter's release, the three would begin to work together. Throughout the remainder of the interview, Azie Faison detailed his experiences with Alpo, who was murdered earlier in 2021.