EYE FUX WITH RAP GENIUS NIGGA… DUH
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Cannons as in cameras..
cannons as in KABOOOOM!
Some subtle “first class” wordplay — Joey will get high through his blunt, but he’ll be flying smooth in first class, as in flights
“First class” is also tied in with Joey saying he will go to his first period class. DUH!
“Got to keep a blunt though, I always pass"
Play on words, meaning:
keeping it blunt, as in being direct and passing in school.
Joey always having a blunt with him and when he smokes he always passes the blunt.
Lol ya’ll learned ths at Grade 9 passive voice and acitive voice he changes the Subject object verb into something else. He always got a blunt and he doesnt smoke alone so he always passes a joint. First class mean the stuff his smoking is got to get him high and its good like a first class airplane-
Joey here puts his own spin on that high school reading staple, Hamlet’s “To be, or not to be” soliloquy
second line states it’s the first day of school and he’s already high in suspension
The second line is a double entendre.
1. High in suspension (as already stated)
2. And hes already in suspension (sort of like a long detention) for doing something wrong.
don’t drop bars I drop prisons…