The Exorcist, got me doing sticks like "homie
You don't know me but the whole world owe me, strip!"
Killing his childhood friend set a dangerous precedent for the narrator. Now that emotion doesn’t factor into his decisions, he is willing to stick up anyone. But there is still some residual guilt, so even though he acts like he isn’t afraid to kill, he still blames his actions on others right before he takes out the victim.
Notice the excesses/exorcist homophone, which ties in with material possessions being connected with the devil.
Jay-Z in Decoded explains this line saying
Another quick scene: Possessed by material lust, the narrator sticks up random people. The quick line of dialogue is meant to show someone completely blinded by desire, reckless and aggressive, but also haunted, the kind of character who talks to his vics as he’s robbing them, making jokes and justifying himself by saying the whole world has done him wrong, so now everyone owes him. This could be the same character from the opening verses; driven over the edge by killing of his best childhood friend, now he’s just a raging psychopath.
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