On the corner Pac-Man Jones,
Rick Ross is referring to Cincinnati Bengals' Adam “Pac-Man” Jones.
- This could just be a clever play on Pac-Man’s position as cornerback for the Bengals. Ross is saying he is “on the corner”, like “Pac-Man” Jones. But, of course Ross is talking about selling drugs, not defending the receivers.
- Ross could be referring to when a Cadillac with Jones' nickname “Pac-Man” stitched in the headrests was seized during an April 2006 cocaine bust, which would go along with the “dope dealer” theme of the song. The car was not registered to Jones then, but Jones told a TV reporter that it was his car and that he had loaned it to Darryl Jerome Moore for a music video.
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