Ok you're a goon but what's a goon to a goblin
“You’re tough, but I’m tougher.”
Lil Wayne uses goon/goblin as the linchpin of his hook in “We Be Steady Mobbin” featuring Gucci Mane. A “goblin” is an established rapper, while a “goon” is just entering the game.
Lil Wayne’s toughness stems not only from his “goblin” status, but from the fact that he (and, let’s face it, only he) really knows the relation of a goon to a goblin.
Since the preceding lines create a dichotomy between races (“crackers” watching a successful black man), maybe “goblin” refers to the racial slur “spook” — in other words, he’s emphasizing a separation between races by using racial slurs, then asserting the dominance of his race (“goon” makes me think of “goonies,” which reminds me of suburban white kids).
As science has shown us, if G is goblin and g is goon, then:
**G = g2**
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