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PIMP (2018) Movie Trailer: Keke Palmer is a Female Pimp Fighting for Survival Against Rivals

Keke Palmer Pimp

Pimp Trailer

Christine CrokosPimp (2018) movie trailer stars Keke Palmer, Haley Ramm, Edi Gathegi, Aunjanue Ellis, and Vanessa Morgan. Pimp‘s plot synopsis: “An urban gritty drama set on the streets of the Bronx. Wednesday, a female pimp, grows up learning the game from her dad. Once he’s gone she is left looking after her prostitute mom, and her girlfriend Nikki. In need of more money to survive, Nikki turns tricks changing their luck. Rising up in the game, Wednesday continues to hustle hard for a dream of a better life for her girls and a ticket out of the ghetto. But when Wednesday pulls a stripper named Destiny, she comes face to face with a male Pimp who runs a more dangerous game. In a ferocious battle for survival of the fittest, Wednesday fights for love and risks all to protect Nikki.”

This looks like a tough crime film with a mixture of love, like Hustle and Flow or Moonlight. I hope Wednesday (Keke Palmer) has a good crew around her to deal with the rival that shows up.

Pimp also stars DMX, Paige Searcy, Ashley Blankenship, Jose Guns Alves, DeShawn White, Curtis Lyons, Paola Lázaro, Taliyah Whitaker, and David Hennessey.

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