And these days all the girls are down to roll

from Lil Wayne (Ft. Drake) – Right Above It Lyrics on Rap Genius

Meaning

Now that Drake is signed to Young Money, knows Lil Wayne, has money, good weed, cars, a sexy voice, wealth, status, a somewhat unibrow, and an eerie resemblance to “It’s Pat” from SNL when he was in high school. The bitches don’t ask any questions about where they are going or when they will be back.
To “roll” can also mean to take ecstasy, which is trending in the united states.

Insight from a Rap Genius Editor:
A common theme throughout braggadocio-centered rappers like Drake, Lil Wayne, etc. is the ease of “grocery bagging” a girl. Though most of the time these girls are morally dubious to begin with, we wonder what makes a some-what straight laced girl lose her shit around rappers? I, for one, have first hand experience.

The night before Lil Wayne went to prison, or rather the third time he was about to go to prison, he got on Ustream. He was shouting people out and generally just being goblin-y. I wanted him to shout me out so bad, for the next 30 minutes I engaged in a nonstop barrage of the most ridiculous things ever to try and get Wayne’s attention. Afterwards, I read them all and was like… “I don’t even like Lil Wayne (though Mixtape and Sqad Up Weezy are a different story).”

I was embarrassed and ashamed of myself, much like these women probably are after their sexual shenanigans. It cannot be described, your frontal lobe simply stops working. I would have sucked a dick to have Lil Wayne shout me out (nohomo), and I have no idea why.

Moral of the story: Don’t suck a dick to get a shout out from a rapper on Ustream.

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