Kenyatta Simms was born and raised on the rough streets of Las Vegas. Being the daughter of two crack fiends, life was hard for her. She was forced to grow up too fast and didn’t get a chance to live and experience what girls her age had because she was too busy taking care of the family. She used stealing and boosting as a way to make ends meet. Sharee Kimble, her first cousin, had a completely opposite upbringing in Alabama. Sharee’s parents were devout Christians, well known, and well respected in the church. Like Kenyatta, she hadn’t had a chance to live much. When Kenyatta makes the move to Alabama, these cousins team up in an attempt to get some money to live on their own. With a great plan, they find that robbing banks is just a little too easy. What they find is a lifestyle that’s too addictive and who they become is the farthest thing away from what they could’ve ever imagined as the Pretty Gang Banditz.