Tray is released from prison after 15-years. He discovers his girlfriend, Shay, has married an affable, successful white man who is helping raise the twins that Tray never knew existed.
After getting turned down for a job at a high-end restaurant, Tray stumbles into a position at a chain coffee shop. The twist - it's owned by Wavy, the drug dealer that Tray took the fall for.
Tray and Cousin Bobby intercept the kids at school and take them on a trip down memory lane. Shay tries to track down the kids, and her husband Josh reminds Shay that it's her lie that disrupted the family dynamic.
Cousin Bobby convinces Tray to try Tinder. Tray lands a great match but realizes that he's not emotionally ready for a new relationship.
Unbeknownst to Shay, Tray was invited to her mother's funeral reception, much to her disapproval. However, Tray stands up for Shay when her family gives her a hard time about not being there in her mother's later years.
Tray attempts to teach his son Shazad how to be a man.
In an effort to support the homeless shelter at which Shay volunteers much of her time, Tray resorts to old methods of raising quick funds.
Left reeling from the error of his ways, Tray goes into a tailspin and turns to Bobby for support.