Seems at the end of every
Young black life is this line, "Damn, him already?
Such a good kid," got us pourin' Henn' already
Jay-Z laments that how a large number of young black men die (early). People will ask incredulously, “He died already? But he was a good kid!”
Of course, pouring liquor on the curb is a time-honored tradition for celebrating lives cut short
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