I turn down your ex like how you put your tires on
Following the “I don’t even need to roll” line, Lup-De-Lup turns down your “Ex”, as in your ex-girlfriend. However, he uses this as a play on words with ecstasy (Ex) and “rolling” (what you do when you are on ecstasy). The “like” does not denote a simile but rather an impression asking the question: “HOW DID YOU PUT YOUR TIRES ON?” Since he’s not “rolling” its probably due to an inferior tire change since he turned down a tire iron (which is in shape of an “X”) from a friend (That’s why I have AAA!) .
Lupe neither drinks nor does drugs due to his religion. Example of Lupe’s car, which warranted the “HOW DID YOU PUT YOUR TIRES ON?” response:
turn down your ex means turning your that lil tool u use to the right [left loosy righty tighty] and [even left could be down as well] to get the tire tightened and on
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