And you eager to work perfect, I can employ you
1- She wants to be the perfect lover to him, and he is considering making the relationship long term.
2- “Work” Meaning sex, and he wants to have her as his sex-buddy “I can employ you”
Alternately, Wale might’ve said “Ain’t eager to work? Perfect. I can’t employ you.” He prefers if she’s not looking for commitment because he himself is not looking for a long-term relationship, only casual encounters.
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