Flash with a rash gimme my cash flickin my ash
Runnin' with my money son go out with a blast
Busta is telling up the story of how he’s in the process of robbing a snitch he knows:
- A. “Flash with a rash”: when you’re stuck up, or being “flashed” by a robber’s gun, you in turn get “flashed” with a rash, as robbed victims often go into a panic and look mortified (they see Death flashing their life before their eyes)
B. “Gimme my cash, flickin my ash”: what a robber demands, and they often smoke cigarettes while waiting. “Flickin' my ash” could refer to how the situation will play out in his hand as “ash” could mean gunpowder if he doesn’t get his money.
C. He spared the guy, but after he took his money he “flicked his ash” and decided to kill him anyways—“out with a blast”!
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