Ex-stripper turned private investigator evens the score on the streets!
Ebony “Hustle” Howard has a sense of justice and a high level of curiosity. With that combination, she constantly finds herself in the most unusual circumstances and her need to stand up for the little guy always seems to get her in trouble. To solve crimes, she uses her knowledge of the streets and friends from her strip club days who are always willing to help out, no matter who or what they’re up against. But Ebony does have just one problem – this “cougar’s” weakness for young men can often throw her off her game. When Ebony gets a case that requires a little muscle, she leans on her friend Cardie “Cal” Givens. Cal is an ex-Marine and woman in her 30’s who has a bit of a crush on Ebony. Knowing they will never hook up, Cal still puts on her best game. On most days, Ebony gets cases about cheating and fraud, but things changed when Glenda Shaw asks for help locating her missing daughter, Ny’Kia. She believes that Ny’Kia is being held against her will by former rapper-turned-pastor Caleb Truth. Ms Shaw has been unable to contact her daughter in over three months and wants Ebony to bring her home. Caleb and Ny’Kia are in town, briefly to promote his new gospel album. Time is of the essence. To keep Ebony from getting in over her head on a case, police detective Wayne Thomas, Ebony’s ex-husband, attempts to keep her on the straight and narrow. Wayne and Ebony have a long history working together and it’s not clear why the two ever divorced, but with the way trouble always finds Ebony, it’s good that another strong person has her back. Between Caleb, Ny’Kia, Cal and Wayne, Ebony and her circle are about to go on one hell of a ride. “Bam, baby – you’re busted!” “Ebony Hustle” is a film about lust, street knowledge, and justice
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