We discover previous criminal Xuejun, better known by his underworld moniker Mr. Six, innocuously passing his brilliant years as the area peacekeeper of a nearly weave hutong, or back road. Indeed, even the cops regard him. Other old colleagues living in the hood incorporate Scrapper, Lampshade and his woman love Chatterbox.
The show commences when his child Xiaobo (youthful performing artist vocalist Li Yifeng) is snatched by an extravagant jeans group of velocity racers, all presumptuous Daddy’s young men who adore their gleaming new autos and souped-up motors. Their instigator is the 20-something Tan Xiaofei (Chinese-Canadian on-screen character Kris Wu), who wears his hair bone white and stances agonizingly, as opposed to the naturalistic style of the child of the hutong, Xiaobo. The last has submitted the twofold offense of laying down with the rich child’s better half and scratching the entryway of his Ferrari. It’s difficult to trust these punks are truly risky since they act like stereotyped TV youngsters, gaga on the quick and enraged. In any case, their fathers’ cash seized genuine bruisers, as Mr. Six and his old-clocks find to their agony and distress.