- "Shit son! Hardware like this takes time to put together. I'll be in touch."
- — 8-Ball.
Toni goes by 8-Ball's bomb shop in Pike Creek, looking for the hardware he needs to 'clear' part of Fort Staunton in Staunton Island. He gives 8-Ball $20,000 for the explosives, with 8-Ball informing Toni that he needs time to get the explosives and that he'll phone him when he has them.
Post mission phone call
8-Ball: My man? This is 8-Ball. Your hardware is ready to ship out.
There is no monetary reward for completing the mission (indeed, $20,000 is actually taken from Toni's funds). If the player has completed Cash in Kazuki's Chips (the final mission of the Toshiko Kasen strand), then Bringing the House Down is unlocked.
- The mission name is a nod to the Notorious B.I.G. rap song; "Mo' Money, Mo' Problems" as well as being a nod to one of the pedestrian lines in GTA III, "My money, my problem!" which is often heard during normal gameplay in poorer regions of Liberty City. Also, this quote can be heard from members of the Liberty City Triads.
- This mission is similar to Bomb Da Base, Act II from GTA III, because both require the player to give 8-Ball a large sum of cash in exchange for explosives.
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