Nothing match the feeling of pulling up in that new toy
And it ain't even half of my safe, tuck like the Jew boy
Whenever he gets a new car, nothing compares to that feeling as you watch people stare when you pull up.
Although the car draws all that attention, the new whip did not even dent his bank account because he has so much money that you would think he’s hiding it.
The Jewish reference is playing off the stereotype that Jews are so stingy with their money that they hide it so no one can take it.
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