(Like, really out here)
Some people might say “I’m Really out here” like they are actually in the streets and facing the problems of poverty in america and this line emphasizes that he isn’t saying it just to sound cool like many fake gangsters/rappers/actors. He’s “Like,really out here”
The way that the line is repeated also shows how little anyone cares. The youth on the streets need attention that they aren’t receiving, either from their family or at school, which leads to many joining gangs and feeling more accepted.
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