Man, whenever there is lot of money involved in this show Love is Blind, you’ll notice that there is a lot of drama to go with it. I said that to say this…the street bosses may work for the same person, but they don’t get along that well with one another. This would be a good time to go back to episode one and watch that scene from the meeting at the table with Mr. Ramon, the sole leader of all the street gangs. This is where you can see for yourself where Mercy and G really can’t stand one another when it comes down to money.
It would seem like if you are working for the same person that you would get along, but being a street boss is much like any other job if you look at the essential points. I mean, employees fight every day at every kind of organization in the world, so what would make street gangster’s any different? On a regular job, employees fight over limited hours and bicker at each other about who works the hardest. As a street general who sells illegal drugs, it’s the same kind of relationship, except the fights are mainly over either turf or respect from the reigning boss who everybody brings money back to. On the series Love is Blind, that man is Mr. Ramon.
Mercy and G’s relationship on the show is one that makes us viewers feel that they both want the other person killed. Aside from the fact that Mercy has had his life threatened, he can’t rule out the people who are closest to him trying to take his life. The only person he can really trust is Adolf, and Crill is his most trusted street hustler. G seems to only trust his ally Jah, who also works under Mr. Ramon, and doesn’t seem to like Mercy either.
All of this hatred for Mercy comes about because of a reason you may have already guessed…he brings in the most money off the streets to Mr. Ramon, and chances are he will likely move up in the organization (taking Adolf to the top with him of course!) and be in a position to give orders to Jah, G, and all the other street generals. Keep watching Love is Blind episodes to see if they hate Mercy enough to try to take him out of the game permanently.