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He cares strongly for his family, especially his brother Sweet and hates the C. This angers the brothers, Sweet especially, but she's grown up enough to make her own decisions.
She eventually becomes the brains of the family and works behind the scenes in the Johnson's business adventures. Big Smoke has always seen things a little differently to everyone else, but he claims to be a strong member of the Grove Street Families.
Anything B Dup asks for will be met with "Yes Sir". He's the local "gun guy" providing pieces to any and all of the gangs to the East of Los Santos.
Woozie is definitely one of the coolest people in the game and makes instant friends with Carl. He is reasonably clever and knows what certain jobs entail. He eventually goes on to be Wu Zi Mu's partner at his casino, but doesn't play a very big role in the game. Zero is a computer genius who runs a Remote Control Vehicles shop and has a constant on going battle with Berkley; some guy he beat in a science fair who now wants revenge in a war using only Remote Control Vehicles.
He knows that he'll be popped for any wrong move but thanks to his friend Paul and his new ally Carl, he's back on the drugs and is tough enough to stand up and let people know that he's the boss. Salvatore Leone is the man in charge of the Leone Mafia.
He wants a stake in the Sindacco Casino but also wants a say in the way things are run.
If you need a piece for free, Emmet is the place to go. Madd Dogg is the real thing when it comes to Gangster Rapping. He doesn't just go about killing everyone when he feels like it though. If two gangs will splatter each others guts on the sidewalk so he doesn't have to, he'll happily provoke such an action. He tries to be as tough as the main man Frank, but he clearly looks like he's putting on a tough shell.
He's got the rhymes, the girls and the cash, not to mention a huge mansion. All of his hypocrisy eventually causes problems across Los Santos which can't end up good for him. He still hates gangs though, especially Carl Johnson's Grove Street Families, but like Frank he's also clever enough to see that Carl will do work they don't have to.