Yeah, my stinger's in her flower, I hope she lets me pollinate
Referring to bees pollinating flowers. So he’s saying he hopes she lets him unload in her… EWWW! Gross!
Possibly a continuation of the previous line — flowers are often found in bushes, and “flower” is sometimes used as a euphemism for the female genitalia (which would be hidden behind a bush of hair)
Also, most likely a reference to the Community episode “Celebrity Pharmacology,” where Troy (Donald Glover) is in a bee costume and complains about the stinger not being on the front.
Message to the Kids: Bees don’t actually ejaculate or secrete fluids when pollinating, bees simply transfer pollen spores that are caught on their legs and bodies.
In another, extended meaning, that is missing, Gambino is referencing the book “Their Eyes Were Watching God.” In this novel, there is a scene where the main character is watching a bee’s stinger going in and out of a flower and wishing it would happen to her.
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