We ain't supposed to never have nothing
We ain't supposed to never have shit
Wale implies that growing up in the hood (or, just being black) means that he started a big disadvantage, and that he was never supposed to become anything big but now he’s stackin.
After winning his second championship, LeBron denoted something similar in his Finals MVP acceptance speech:
For me, I can’t worry about what everybody says about me. I’m LeBron James, from Akron, Ohio. From the inner city. I’m not even supposed to be here. Every night I walk into the locker room, I see a No. 6 with James on the back. I’m blessed. So what everybody say about me off the court don’t matter. I ain’t got no worries.
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