He movin' far in the ghetto, dig bro;
Do you know stunt double get the smallest of checks?
And smart niggas could always direct, yes-sir
He recognizes that while this jewelry is suggestive of this man making money and progress in his urban environment. He goes on to explain to him that these minor signs of status are what is holding him back from making true prosperity. He uses the metaphor in which he compares stunt doubles in movies to gangsters who like to stunt; and states that while the job is a very entertaining spectacle, the directors behind the camera make far more (i.e. Record Producers, Executives, ect.).
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