Don't make me laugh, young blood newcomer
Your mother was a crackhead, you a crack baby fresh out of the dumpster
Most new rappers these days were born in the 80’s (Kendrick Lamar and Chris Webby are two rappers that come to mind that flaunt it the most as a symbol of pride), which is commonly known as the “crack baby” era, as cocaine had become a heavy problem during that decade, with many parents being heavy crackaddicts (crackheads), and that habit would go on to affect their newborns, giving them the title “crack babies”. Kendrick Lamar goes into great detail on this on his album Section.80.
While the new generation rappers proudly display their youth in their songs to use it as their advantage, R.A’s old-ass self just laughs and mocks them for it. Compared to what he’s been through, these new rappers are “wet behind the ears”.
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