Whip it real hard, whip it, whip it, real hard
To cook cocaine into crack, you have to whip it in the kitchen with baking soda before you start cooking
There is a double meaning to this line: he whips the coke up with baking soda to make crack. He’ll make more money this way so he’s whipping the coke in the sense he’s making it work harder like whipping a horse.
If you count the cars in the previous line as a pun with “horsepower” moving weight faster like a racetrack horse.
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