Gangsta Wraps

Get Rich or Die Fryin’

27 Feb 2020

Set in Gotham, a fast food startup vows to take out Ronald McDonald, Colonel Sanders and the Burger King with their healthy alternative to the ‘toxi-food’ industry

Synopsis

Set in the ‘Toxi food’ era, GM Unit, are an underground rap crew who work at various fast food joints earning their keep whilst breaking their name on the local Hip Hop scene. After discovering the dark reality behind their employers global franchise, they hit the kitchen to create a nutritious alternative to the factory farmed, chemically laden crack food which has brought serious disease epidemics into Gotham, and help inspire change in the bellies of the masses. 

The crew broke bread, and GM UNIT was formed with the aim of performing nothing less than the overthrow of the entire fast food industry, ousting clown, colonel and king and installin the guerilla food brand Gangsta Wraps. 

In order to achieve this, GM UNIT must also take out KFC and Burger King along the way. 

New to the block, Gangsta Wraps soon starts Stackin’ Dough, and an inevitable turf war breaks out between the fast food giants. 

Civilians and later even law enforcement officials become loyal to Gangsta Wraps, who become depicted in the tabloids as vigilantes, supplying what grows into mass demand for excellent fast food. As kingpins of the game, McDonalds, KFC and Burger King won’t go down easily, so with hapless and easily corruptible law enforcement hot on their tails, an inevitable war breaks out on the streets leaving an entire nation with food for thought. 

*As the heat rises between the fast food cartels, GM UNIT release their mixtape and explode as a (W)rap crew, turning the world’s attention to the most shocking scenes of fast food violence the restaurant industry has ever seen since the Camorra wars, forging what became later known as the food/music genre: Gangsta Wrap” 

Coming soon: Gangsta Wraps (Take The Crown)

The sequel to ‘Take The Throne’, Scorzayzee raps an unapologetic taunt aimed at the treacherous 3 junk food villains after parring them out the game and off the block. Things seem to be gearing up for all out warfare in the fast food/junk food industry, hold on to your chips as you’re forced to decide: Burgers or Wraps!? 

The Burger Wars of ’97 (Elimination of Competitors)

An attempt at ultimate consolidation of power, a war of good and evil set in the inner city boroughs of New York. Shit gets so bad that even President Trump makes and appearance. Back in the day crack dealers used to war for control of the block, these days they have stepped up their game and started selling addictive food stuffs on the block instead. Just as bad, just concealed. GM Unit are here to clean up the streets and teach the youth how to Wrap, how to stack their own dough. 

Forthcoming Episodes 

1. The Siege: Gangsta Wraps (Take The Throne) 
2. Take The Crown 
3. The Burger Wars of ‘97
4. No More Ketchup 
5. The Infamous 
6. There’s A War Going On Outside (No One Is Safe From) 
7. If You Eat Well, You Sleep Well (Send Enemies To Hell) 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Underworld https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Valentine%27s_Day_Massacre
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manhattan_Beer_Distributors
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barrel_murder

Know Your Enemy: The ‘Toxi-food’ Cartels

1 Ronald McDonald

Considered the father of modern organized food crimes and ‘agromafia’ cartels in Gotham, and for the establishment of The Commission, following the Burger Wars of ’97. 

Ronald is mentally unstable, due to syphalis. In episode 6 lil’ Kimchee discovers that human flesh is one of McDonalds’ mystery ingredients. She tips off Julian Assange who leaks the sample report documents on Wikileaks and the story expands into the public domain revealing the dark truth about McDonalds, the CIA, and the War in Iraq

Based on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucky_Luciano

2 Burger King 

Originally from the Bronx, the Burger King transformed food and vegetable distribution from a thuggish activity by hoodlums, into a big business, run like a corporation, with himself at the top. BK was the person who first realized that chemical food additives was not only a business opportunity, but a means to enormous wealth, He, ”understood the truths of early century fast food capitalism (giving people refined sugars) and came to dominate the entire fast food industry

Based on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arnold_Rothstein and Enoch Thompson

3 Colonel Sanders 

Although he was old, and frail-looking, he was also single-minded and ruthless when it came to lacing chemical additives into KFC by the bucketload. With the FDA and the FSDA in his pockets, The Colonel is the go to guy for all of the other cartels, hoping to expunge lawsuits filled by and on behalf of the families seeking nation repervictims who have died from eating their food. 

Unlike the other cartels, The Colonel always kept a low profile, making sure to stay out of the spotlight, and lived unostentatiously in a modest chicken farm at the edge of Gotham. His frail, grandfatherly appearance made it difficult to believe that at the time he was the single most powerful organized beef figure in America, especially as he promoted chicken – and he was also one of the most ruthless 

Based on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carlo_Gambino  

4 Gregg

In true spirit, of the merry tales of the mad man of Gotham, Gregg is dubbed “The Oddfather” and “The Enigma in the Bathrobe” by the press, Gregg often wandered the streets of Gotham in his bathrobe and slippers, mumbling incoherently to himself. He was indicted on federal racketeering charges in 1990, but was determined to be mentally unfit to stand trial. In 1997 he was tried and convicted of racketeering and was given a 12-year sentence. Facing new charges in 2003, he pleaded guilty and admitted that his supposed insanity was an elaborate effort to avoid prosecution

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vincent_Gigante#Feigning_legal_insanity

5 Lil Cease

Bad Boy rapper and small-time criminal moves to a big city to seek bigger fortune, Lil Cease forms Jr Mafia and creates a pizza chain which quickly grew in rival to Papa Joe into a franchise internationally in Asia, the Middle East, Australia, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean and became is the third-largest pizza chain in the United States, behind Pizza Hut and Domino’s Pizza. Little Cease operates a ‘charity’ called Love Kitchen, a kitchen on wheels that serves pizza to those in need. Former Presidents Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush recognized the ‘Love Kitchen’ by awarding Little Caesars with The President’s Volunteer Action Award Citation. Many say Love Kitchen is a front for child trafficking and is linked with the notorious Pizza Gate scandal involving mafia and politicians alike. Lil Cease wounds up shot in the eye at Papa Joe Masserias restaurant like Carmine Galante

Based on Little Ceasar and Christopher Moltisanti

6 Papa Joe Masseria  

The Pizza Connection Trial was a criminal trial against Papa Joe Masseria that took place in Gotham City. The trial centered on his independently owned pizza parlors used as fronts for illegal food sales and rackets that had imported $1.65 billion of Chowder (sour dough mixed with heroin) from Sicily to the U.S. between 1975 and 1984.

Turncoat Tomato Brushetta nearly brought down the entire commission when he became the first of its members to turn informant 

based on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Masseria

7 Wendy(s) 

Beautiful and dangerous, Wendy is a master at stealing men’s hearts and prized recipies. In the earliest form of gang Banging, Wendy is embezzling the money from her burger heists in hopes of expanding beyond the block in order to escape from the misery and painful memories of the Five Points. A survivor, Wendy has done just about all that is necessary to endure.

based on https://historica.fandom.com/wiki/Jenny_Everdeane

8 Grimce 

Grimace was one of the founders and leaders of Murder, Inc. and became a Rap CD bootlegger . After the Burger Wars of 97 he turned to jackfruit imports. His time as a ‘agrimafia’ mobster was mainly as a hitman and muscle, as he was noted for his prowess with guns and violence. In 1939, Siegel was tried for the murder of a fellow Mobster. He was acquitted in 2000

Based On https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bugsy_Siegel and https://mcdonalds.fandom.com/wiki/Grimace

9 Officer Bigmac 

Officer Big Mac is a corrupt double hamburger and police captain in the service of MCD & BKs cartels, but he ostensibly works for Mayor Lucheese

Based on Charles Becker

10 Mayor ‘McCheese’ Lucheese

Gotham City Mayor who took on the Mafia by banning Artichokes and then many other ‘agromafia’ operations, which profited from citrus fruits, olive oil, avocados, and a host of imported food stuff which emerge throughout the series  

Based on Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia

11 The Hamburglar 

Based on Doris Payne, an 89 year old hamburger thief who is hired by The Commission to steal Colonel Sanders secret recipe

https://www.history.com/news/doris-payne-female-jewel-thief-stole-millions

12 The Commission 

The Commission is the governing body of the monopolised Global food Supply, informally known as the Club of the Isles formed by Ronald McDonald following the Burger Wars of 97. The commission are the blue chip stock holders of around ten to twelve pivotal companies who have developed four regions to be the principal exporters of almost every type of food; the Commission has historically acquired top-down control over the food chain in these regions: the United States; the European Union, particularly France and Germany; the British Commonwealth nations of Australia, Canada, the Republic of South Africa, and New Zealand; and Argentina and Brazil in Ibero-America. Through the centuries, the oligarchy has taken control of these regions’ markets, and thus over the world food supply. These four regions have a population of, at most, 900 million people, or 15% of the world’s population. The rest of the world, with 85% of the population—4.7 billion people—is dependent on the food exports from those regions

GM Unit – The Gangsta Wraps Cartel

OG Wrapper 
Boss. stationed at the wood fired oven. Stackin’ Dough, all day every day, whilst overseeing the entire kitchen and delivery service 

Consigliere
Chief Financial Officer
Kitchen Overseer 
Delivery Drivers Overseer  
Stock Control 
Reports directly to OG Wrapper

Underboss
Head Chef 
Team Manager
Char Grillionaire
Menu prep 
commands a crew of wrappers, reports directly to Boss of Bosses

Wrapper (Made Man) 
Menu prep
Service line
Slaws
Deep Fried Sides
Delivery Drive by’s 

Soldiers 
Packing Orders
Peeling Potatoes 
Chopping Veg 
Washing Up 
Need to become experts on healing foods, fermenting vegetables and baking bread to move up rank to wrapper

The Wrap Commission

Scorzayzee
Boss of Bosses (Rapper)

Capitol Steez
Consigliere
Oversees kitchen Franchise and Deliveries

Mickey Blue Eyes
Sotto Capo (Underboss) & Wrap Promoter

Miss Beef 
Runs the Slaughter House

Lil Kimchi
Expert on fermenting foods herbs and food medicine

Inspired By

Written By Alan Moore 
Film adaptation by Cheo Hodari Coker
Cinematography https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Willis

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