Assassins are stabbed in the back of my cabin
People who want to kill Donald get the tables turned on their asses (He busts a cap in the asses of the wack-ass assassins). The ‘cabin’ that he mentions is presumably his house, or maybe something more sinister considering he kills ‘em in the rear of it. He’s made mentions to cabins before, creating a reference to his previous album “Camp”, which dealt with camp-ground metaphors of the like.
Also, assassins stab people in the back so it’s ironic that they would be stabbed in the back.
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