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Before basketball players were demanding multi-million dollar salaries, and actors were getting paid ten, fifteen, twenty million dollars a movie; over a decade ago, the Notorious Butch Jones, infamous leader of the drug gang, Young Boy's Inc. was grossing well over 35 million dollars a year selling heroin on the streets of Detroit.
In this extraordinary account of this rags to riches story, Raymond Canty and Julius Justice collaborate with Butch Jones to tell a story unlike any ever told in the history of man. This is because never on the streets of any country has anyone ever organized a group of inner-city youth who could figure out, equal to any Fortune 500 company, the magic it takes to build an empire that would include over a thousand employees.
Surely it will seem incomprehensible to most, how a high school drop out could penetrate the capitalistic fabric of America to make more money than the President of the United States, and for that matter, most presidents of Fortune 500 companies.
Young Boys Inc., the autobiography of Butch Jones is a true story that will fascinate you so much that it will remain embedded in your mind for the rest of your life. From as far away as the European streets of London, to the South American villas of Columbia, to the hardcore back alleys of Jamacia, never again will one view the possibilities available in the underworld without giving credence to one who earned millions even before his twenty-fifth birthday. Butch Jones, the autobiography, a story that you will never, ever forget.