I don't think I'm conscious of making
Monsters outta the women I sponsor 'til it all goes bad
The more Drizzy sponsors, or pays, for a woman’s wants, the more blinded the women become by the money. They turn into fiends who are only out for Drake’s wallet, or he could be suggesting that he makes monsters out of the women he’s been with in his mind after the relationship goes bad to justify his actions or its failure.
These four lines really sum up Drake’s complicated relationship with women. Referring to women as bitches in one couplet and then realizing his own role in turning them into “bitches” in the next.
He keeps making the same mistakes with the same type of girls he throws money at and he’s starting to realize it.
This could also relate to how he portrays his girls in his music: he can never seem to write songs about a healthy relationship, but he’s not aware of this until it’s too late and he’s out of the relationship. He makes a “monster” out of them when he writes a song, but he can never do that until it “all goes bad”.
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