It's in my jeans so don't worry where my parents is
Genes are a unit of heredity that are transfered from the parents to the child to determine the characteristics of a child. Genes are basically what makes us all unique. With that being said, Capital STEEZ says that his great spitting is something transfered genetically so don’t worry where his parents are because the genetics are in him. But, when Capital STEEZ says “parents” he says it making it sound like “pants”. So, because “genes” sounds like “jeans” you don’t have to worry where his pants are because it is in his jeans. The great spitting that is.
Also a reference to the previous, “acid, it’s in my jeans” could mean a number of things.
- He is holding the hallucinogenic drug LSD(acid) in his jeans.
- He’s wearing acid-washed denim, a popular style with the Pro-era crew, as shown by Joey here with Sway
- The process of acid-washing turns denim white. Steez could be saying that this same phenomena is happening in culture (i.e. African-Americans are torn from their original roots and subjected to the dominant white culture)
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