(Yo Chuck, they must be on the pipe, right?)

from Public Enemy – Don't Believe the Hype Lyrics on Rap Genius

Meaning

This line was full of unintentional irony, as Flavor had his own problems with crack at this time. From a 2006 Entertainment Weekly article:

But by the time Public Enemy dropped its fourth album, Apocalypse 91…The Enemy Strikes Black, in 1991, Flav’s drug use was out of control. ‘'Quaaludes, angel dust, PCP, cocaine, crack, alcohol, weed — your boy did it all back in the days,’‘ he says

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