The things I do is real it never haunts me
No regrets, what was done had to be done. This line also suggests that authenticity and personal integrity are paramount regardless of the consequences.
Nas smokes, carries guns nonchalantly, and speaks in a vulgar, raunchy manner, but he does it in a ‘real’ and straightforward way. He doesn’t feel the guilt of his actions, because he knows the circumstances. After all, he’s fighting the system that ‘imprisoned his son’.
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