don't you see me on a hustle?

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There is this movie "Hustle and Flow".

It's about a pimp.
So, this pimp enters a bar where one of his girls is giving a private dance to someone. He grabs her forcefully and take her away from the man.

And the girl very angry says to him "Don't you see me on a hustle?"

I know in general what "hustle" means but I am not sure I quite get it in this sentence.

Does it mean simply "Don't you see I am working?" or something else?

  • ewie

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    Hello Chopin. It's half of yours and half of Wishfull's: Can't you see I'm at work with a client/john/punter?
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