They charged up, don't make me put in the battery
Don’t make Lloyd escalate the situation. “Battery” might also have a double meaning (i.e. violence).
It is also kind of similar in meaning to 50 Cent’s song My Toy Soldier. Banks has homies that do everything he tells them to — like toy soldiers. They are charged up (excited, agressive), so don’t make Banks put in the battery (Toy Soldiers have batteries in their back, i.e. don’t let Banks give the order to start fighting). [by Boxcutter (unregistered)]
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