Rolling in MPV's
Notice the double entendre on “rolling”:
Rollin as in chilling and cruising in their whip.
Rollin as in rolling a joint/blunt.
An MPV is not exactly the most impressive car; the fact that he is reminiscing about getting to drive one is meant to underscore his humble beginnings. Though, as the second half of the line reveals, he was making $40,000 a week and could probably afford a better car, so it is possible that he drove the MPV for practical reasons, as elaborated below.
Mazda MPV’s were a popular hood car in the 80’s and early 90s, and was often used by drug dealers for practical reasons; the MPV has sliding doors on both sides, making it easy to get in and out of the car quickly. It also allowed for quite a bit of room for moving drugs and guns.
Fun Fact: If you watch the video, you can see them jump out of an MPV.
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