I'm a serpent with a purpose, havin' problems? Not a problem
This line can be interpreted in multiple ways:
Considering the previous line about the inside of his zipper, “serpent” is most likely a euphemism for Royce’s penis.
Serpents are traditionally considered a symbol for evil, so Royce is explaining that while he is evil, his actions are completely intentional.
The latter portion of the line is a display of Royce’s syntax, as he flips his question to infer that he can easily handle any “problems” his dissenters might have.
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