Do ya man’s and his licorice interest a favor
Liquorice is a black colored candy. Licorice interest would mean a desire of black colored candy, or similar things, i.e. things that are black and sweet, e.g. Azealia Banks. Using the spelling “Liquorice” instead of the spelling “licorice”, could be a reference to the claimed fact that tasting her will get you drunk, a statement typically used to refer to the intoxicating nature of a person’s physical body or their personality. It is also a homophone for “lick her”, as in the homophonic pun: “Liquor? I don’t even know her!”, as this would continue her suggestions of being desirable to women enough to have them engage in the submissive role in homosexual sexual acts with her. Here also though referring to her desirable nature to men, specifically in this song: “white” men, and having them perform the submissive sexual act of cunnilingus.
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