Top 10 Hustles In Prison

Making money on the inside is an absolute necessity, and also a big part of surviving. In this video, I’m going to explain the top 10 hustles you can have that can help in both regards

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40 thoughts on “Top 10 Hustles In Prison

  1. When I was in AIT (Army schooling after Basic) I’d cut hair for people that’d ask because being in Basic/AIT is a lot like being in prison everyone was a big shot, everyone has a hustle and every one of us were basically institutionalized lol except for the fact we weren’t able to keep food in our barracks lockers (some people did of course and their hustle was selling candies) some other hustles is Basic we’re selling nicotine patches, art, and loan sharking believe it or not. In AIT it was haircuts, artwork, liquor, pain killers, and certain types of electronics. I learned to cut hair pretty decent so that’s what I’d do at 10 a pop.

  2. My hustle while I was in NDOC was building model airplanes out of paper and state toothpaste. They were pretty popular in there, most guys were sending them home to their kids. But I made enough doing this that even though I couldn't afford my own TV, I rented one every other week and always had ramen noodles.

  3. I worked for an electric company when I was right out of high school. There was a dairy plant right next to a regional jail. One of the guys I worked with got locked up there for like 3 years. He got out on work release to work with us at the electric company at that dairy plant. The State would only let the company pay him 10 dollars an hour(nothing for a certified electrician) but he was a baller at the jail on that 10 dollar an hour job lol

  4. Imagine…. You were to actually master all of these hustles and actually make yourself a living inside of prison getting the take on all those different kinds of cake…. You'd become the C.E.O. that's constantly controlled by C.O.s….lmfao

  5. Withdrawls is the ultimate true definition of hell… heaven and hell is real and that's being healthy or paying hells fee for no longer being wealthy enough to have the stuff that keeps you healthy…

  6. Hey what's up joe, talking about hustlers,time I made in Puerto Rico,there is a awesome ice cream stick's that they sell in comisary,and with does sticks you can make all different Cain of stuff,I knew this guy that he us to make big ass ⛵ boats with does sticks and all different sizes and the most beautiful thing with light's in does boats, incredible money right there

  7. In the 2 years I did when I was in prison, remember I us to work in the kitchen and also work as a porter cleaning floors and trash all over where in prison ground like additions social office ect and every shit that comes from the out side I had to do the catch,I us to live like a king,and I had the last cell from the second floor,the most private cell

  8. In Nevada, if you have a paying prison job, they can and will charge you room and board of like $5-$10/month. So basically that $15-20/month you make, even up being like $5-$10/month. Crazy huh?!
    And yes being an Artist in prison is a very good hussel.

  9. Love it my man 🇬🇧 uk here had the tek hustle aka phones in the UK 🇬🇧 micro solda hard but easy UK to the USA good to talk cut the chat see what's different 😉🧨💥

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