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- "That Lamar in the headset? Tell the lanky motherfucker he fucked up, big time."
- "Rescue Gerald from police custody before he's airlifted out of the state."
- ―Level Description
After the deal went wrong in from the previous mission, Lamar Davis will call the player to let them know Gerald has been arrested, apparently by some consequences from the botched operation, and he'll be transported in an aircraft out of Los Santos. Lamar then requests that the player bust him out and take him to a safe place near Del Perro Pier.
- In Grand Theft Auto V, the player can access Lamar Davis's Lifeinvader page after Franklin and Lamar or later, and at the very bottom of his page is a post by Gerald on Lamar's wall which states: 'Stay the hell away from me.', and is even seen in the original version of the game, and has been there since the original version's initial release for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. It is possible that this post, which is undated, took place during the events of this mission. It is unknown if this post is an indicator of the difference in time in terms of the events of Grand Theft Auto Online and Grand Theft Auto V, or if the developers had placed this post in the game because they had planned the events of the GTA Online: Lowriders update for a while. This post can only be seen in GTA V, as the player cannot access Lifeinvader at all in Grand Theft Auto Online.
- The name of the mission is a clear reference to Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg's "Nuthin' But A "G'"Thang", which can be heard on Radio Los Santos in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, which also appears as one of the tracks in the game's dancing minigame.