But one thing I will do baby is raise my little man
He is going to be there for his girl and kid, and refuses to hit and run like a lot of guys do.
The last couple of lines involve defeating the stereotype of African American men being poor parents and husbands. Big Boi strives to be a good father and husband.
The last line may also be interpreted as Big Boi’s promise to raise his middle finger to the girl in the song, his critics, stereotypes, etc. In the previous line, he promised to raise his voice and not his hand, meaning that he intends to convey his message and affect change in a way that is non violent. In relation to a hand, a middle finger is like a “little man”, and it conveys its message in a non physical way. Big Boi follows through on the promise he made in the previous line to raise his voice. His message to the haters?: FUCK YOU!
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