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Loyalty: Episode 1 - The Beginning - 17 year old Ezekiel (Zeke) Miller has created a future for himself. He's earned an full academic scholarship to attend Howard University, while also being dubbed as one of top basketball prospect in the nation. His life path is clear. 

But unlike his friend Zeke, Gabriel (G) Richards seems to be only concern with money and girls. Two best friends with a different mind state. However, the loyalty between to the two is solid. 
Best friends since birth, they've become inseparable. Even with Zeke leaving for college, he managed to get G to follow him to DC in hopes G will be able to figure out his own niche in life. 
All seems to be going well for the two... Until their loyalty for one another is put to the test. 
Enter Hugo, a notorious businessman that indulges in the drug trade on a larger scale. Using manipulation, he's able to convince the two teenagers to work for him. In return they'll receive money, women and the power to do whatever they desire without any repercussions. 
Working for Hugo appears to be a breeze until Hugo demands that Zeke and G pledge their loyalty to him. 
Zeke must now make the hardest decision he's ever had to make in his 17 years of living. His relationship with G has deteriorated as G has become consumed by the lifestyle. 
What was once a reality, Zeke's college career now becomes a distant dream as he sees no out.
Will he chose to be loyal to Hugo and mend his friendship with G? Or will Zeke stand his ground and go head to head with an evil that's willing to take his life in a blink? 
Decisions are made that will change the lives of everyone involved. 
Every great story has a beginning and this is the beginning of the Loyalty series. 
-You gotta keep the Devil, way down in it's whole....

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