After 6 months of crashing at his mom’s house, Tray leaves the nest in search of a place of his own, but he must first get some sage advice from a wise OG on how to battle the demons of his past.
Tray meets his neighbors as he settles into his new apartment. Meanwhile, Shay has mixed feelings when she learns that Shahzad’s “queen” is a white girl.
Tray takes Shahzad to his first basketball game and teaches him how to finesse his way to courtside seats. Josh feels insecure about his relationship with Shahzad and worries that he’s not the cool Dad anymore.
Tray and his family go on a city-wide hunt for an old pair of Air Jordans after Tray discovers that they are worth big bank.
It’s Thanksgiving and Tray is cooking up beef with his long-time rival and cousin, Fred. Meanwhile, Amira and Shahzad get to know the good, bad and ugly sides of their family.
When Shay finally gets a big break in her career, Tray and the family grapples with the huge changes that it will mean for them all.
When Tray’s relationship advice to Paul fails, Tray and company decide to take him out to the club so he can let loose and find himself.
Tray is convinced that his mother’s younger boyfriend Carl is cheating on her and goes out of his way to prove it by catching him in the act.
Tray finds a new love and is faced with the realities of dating with his checkered past.
Cousin Bobby is accused of being a snitch after being released from prison early, and Tray faces a formidable bully in his new girlfriend’s ex-husband, who is a cop.