Coke on her black skin
Made a stripe like a zebra, I call that jungle fever
Kanye notes that a line of coke on a black girl looks black and white like the stripes of a zebra (an animal associated with the jungle, though it’s actually a plains animal).
“Jungle Fever” is a derogatory/colonialist term for sexual attraction between blacks and whites. Kanye twists it around here, draining it of its hurtful racist connotations by instead making it about black-on-black attraction, mediated by (white) cocaine.
All this may be a response to recent criticism that Kanye no longer dates black women.
Also, note the zebralike poster for the namesake film:
More appropriate to the lyric is the 1992 Anthony Drazan film Zebrahead, which portrays, as the lyric states, a romance between a white man and a black woman. See also Something New.
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