Cocaine cowboys, no spurs, but I'm stylin' on
Allusion to the documentary film, Cocaine Cowboys, which details the rise of cocaine in Miami during the 1970’s and 1980’s.
Neither Pusha nor the Miami kilo pushers have spurs on their boots, but they manage to stay decked out.
Characterizing cocaine pushers as “cowboys” is fitting, given the cutthroat dealings and lack of official law that is inherent in the drug trade, and its place in the (fantasy) culture of the Old West. Most traits commonly associated with cowboys are actually found in gunslingers
“Naw, gurl; I rock Louboutins.”
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