Rappers & Toasters by Jerry Edmund | Script Revolution

Rappers & Toasters



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Feud breaks out between a male and female rapper who soon discover they have a common enemy who has secretly orchestrated their enmity. They must drop feud and team up: ride or die!

In the South Bronx, as a US-based African rapper, Genny Ini, welcomes the press at her home, a car belonging to her neighbor, an American rapper, Com Flits, is remote-controlled from his home trespassing it into hers and disorganizes the press visit. Since the car is driverless, Genny alleges in the media spotlight that Com planned the press visit disorganization as a publicity stunt for his new album, adding the insult that he did not have the brains to drive the car himself into her home stead. She attacks him and the two begin feuding as she does not believe Com who denies her allegation.

But Genny has a past; a man she denied a love relationship back in time while in Africa has now gone psycho, he wants to get even with her by not giving her a chance to be fallen for by any man. So, as he suspects Com could possibly fall for her, he orchestrates the Genny-Com feud by administering the remote controlling of Com’s car after its system is without Com’s knowledge hacked into. This psycho guy is Zouave and is also planning to forcibly sexually abuse Cynthi Mo, a daughter Genny birthed to Philly, the dude she chose instead of Zouave back in time while in Africa although they later broke up as she was under frustration being a teen mother.

Cynthi like her mom is a musically talented girl, who breaks into deep feud with her Jamaican course mate, Lim, as they are both good at raggamuffin deejaying/toasting but Cynthi disrespectfully claims she is better than her. From there, the story becomes an intense affair of rap and toast battles and challenges between Com Flits, his friend Billy, and Lim, against the arrogant pair, that is, Genny Ini and the daughter Cynthi Mo. They even seek professional evaluation from a street diva judge of rap and toast contenders, Judge T, each hoping to be labeled the best.

But with the aid of a journalist, Beatrice, and a comic sheriff, Sheriff Cool, things unfold before the feuding parties that they have a common enemy, Zouave. They all make up and join forces along with Cool and Beatrice, to bring down Zouave, a man society can’t even suspect to be a psycho as he is a lecturer who in fact teaches both Lim and Cynthi at their university drama department as they are both Creative Arts students. With the team’s absolute proof discovery that Zouave is a secret illegal drug lord, they easily have the enemy psycho lecturer arrested.

At last as everything is now fine-going, Genny insists to Com that they should have a one-on-one free style hip-hop rap battle at Judge T’s evaluation street as she had promised on a television broadcast before. They do and Com goes first, on Genny’s turn to rap, she does not but instead abruptly lunges forward hugging Com who harmonizes with her; they kiss, exciting the spectators. Their unity becomes so strong that they facilitate removal of the fence that was previously separating their homesteads.

Attached Talent: 


1. John Cena (to play co-leading role of Com Flits)
2. Genevieve Nnaji (to play co-leading role of Genny Ini)
3. DJ Siaani Lane (a.k.a. DJ Siaani Love) - to play principal role of DJ
4. Deko Barbara-Jessica Wedi a.k.a. Rouge (to play supporting role of Cynthi Mo)
5. Samantha Gonsalves a.k.a. Samantha J (to play supporting role of Lim)
6. Joleene Moody (to play supporting role of Beatrice)
7. Austin Watson a.k.a. Xavier Woods (to play supporting role of Billy)
8. Curtis Jonathan Hussey a.k.a. Fandango (to play principal role of Sheriff Cool)
9. Nic Rasenti (to play chief antagonist role of Zouave Zonked)

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The Writer: Jerry Edmund

A screen/song writer and acting art creative with film artistry dating way back in childhood; in class seven at primary school, just 13 years old of age, inspired by love for acting, wrote a short film script; but was not filmed though. Some stumbling blocks as years passed but never gave up!

For more, read my memoir articles as listed below along with their links:

Stage 32 published -- The Thin Line Betwixt A Creative's Discouragement: https://www.stage32.com/blog/The-thin-line-betwixt-a-creative-s-discoura...

Script Revolution published -- My Ever Remembered Teacher:... Go to bio