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Gerald G. Money

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New York City and Harlem has produced several internationally known personalities and Gerald G. Money is certainly one of them.

Gerald “G” Money was raised in the prestigous Esplanade Gardens Development. There as a youth, Mr. Money’s family and neighbors recognized his many gifts, he excelled in sports, art and he also had an uncanny knack for comedy. Gerald told jokes that always left them laughing and he did impressions of famous celebrities  splendidly.

As a teenager, he began an impressive career as a stand-up comedian. His lists of accomplishments include television appearances, as well as live performances at top-notch clubs. It was during this time he started a long relationship with the world famous Apollo Theater as a performer and Master of Ceremony.

Yet, as it was well known, life in Harlem for a young man can offer one of many choices and G Money swayed between the arts and the streets. Due to his artificial success, the streets seemed like the path to take. The lifestyles of G Money and his associates were so fascinating; they were depicted in the hit classic film: New Jack City™. But it was the streets that kept him wanting more. From Gangster to God, he realized that being a Drug Lord was not what God wanted for him. Eventually, Gerald G. Money got out of the drug game and became a man of God. Currently, he is helping people get jobs in the NYC area.

G Money is the Author of his new book called “The Chronicles of the NEW JACK ERA”-The Official Autobiography of the Original Gerald G. Money”. After many years of silence, here is his true story filled with a lot of heartache, pain and suffering. Gerald G. Money was offered every opportunity in life to become whatever he wanted to become but he chose the darkness and perils of the street life. He had it all then lost it all. This was the life and times of The New Jack Era…

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