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Juicy J doesn’t let any law tell him when and where he can or can’t have a gun.

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This is a simile where Eminem compares the feeling of waking up high to the Sci-Fi channel (later called Syfy).

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Her body is so good, he is singin' like this dude:

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Lemme give a shout out to my real niggaz.

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As he has said before, his grandpa is old but fighting. They also have a close relationship, even playful:

https://twitter.com/JoeBudden/statuses/361965732554211331

No evidence has been released to the public to show his grandpa really has cancer but it is a possibility.

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Vice is a practice or a behavior or habit generally considered immoral, depraved, or degrading in the associated society. In more minor usage, vice can refer to a fault, a negative character trait, a defect, an infirmity, or a bad or unhealthy habit, such as an addiction to smoking weed.

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In this world it is hard to live your life.

Young Jeezy released his reaction to the news of the verdict in the Trayvon Martin case in the form of a track called “It’s a Cold World,” which he posted on Facebook. “I am in no way shape, form, or fashion am trying to capitalize off of the latest series of events,” he said, regarding the track. “These are my true feelings and my form of expression about it.”

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He will soon be selling drugs to these young men when they grow older.

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A MILLI A MILLI A MILLI A MILLI A MILLI A MILLI A MILLI A MILLI A MILLI A MILLI A MILLI A MILLI A MILLI A MILLI A MILLI A MILLI

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"Skatin on em like I’m Lil Wayne" (Lil Wayne – Levels) | rejected

This line is very similar to another freestyle on his 4th installment of his dedication series, I Don’t Like. The line was,

“My nigga Tunechi, yeah that nigga nice”,

which was repeated from Chris Brown’s I Don’t Like freestyle, a line in which he was shouted out.

"10 milli on, that's a must, living in California / Everyb..." (Kendrick Lamar – The Recipe) | rejected

So that’s what www stands for!!!Women, weed and weather)

"I'm lookin' to be the god MC / You look at my hat and see..." (Kendrick Lamar – Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe Remix) | accepted

He has also referred to himself as the “God MC” before in his song Look Out For Detox

“Ugh, walking on water and running on waves
God MC Oh my God you gotta see”

"Always make gun sounds in your songs like ''dew dew dew''" (Papoose – Control (Freestyle)) | pending

He, also, made a sort of gun noise on his song “Look Out For Detox”:

“I bet I hit it where every rapper get killed, like
Bla bla bla bla where the knife at?

"Always make gun sounds in your songs like ''dew dew dew''" (Papoose – Control (Freestyle)) | accepted

You can’t forget his “gun noises” on The Jig Is Up

“And now we dump'n out the roof, (Do-do-do-do-do)”

I corrected that mistake.

"I'd probably go to Florida and show it Katrina and screw" (Macklemore – Penis Song) | accepted

Hurricane Katrina reference since one of the many states Katrina hit was Florida.

"I used to be jealous of Arron Afflalo" (Kendrick Lamar – Black Boy Fly) | accepted

Arron Afflalo responded to this line saying:

“He’s pretty amazing lyrically, obviously. But the way in which he delivers it, with the wisdom that he has and his ability to rhyme the truth. It’s pretty fascinating.

“I think it’s a form of respect. I think it’s more credit to him than me because I can only imagine the feeling that I had—that hunger to be successful and you have it in front of your face. I remember my high school days, it was a good time for me. I was almost like the golden child in the city of Compton, or at least at Centennial at that time, considering where I was as a basketball player, and all the positivity I had around me, in terms of school and people appreciating me and showing me love for what I did on the court and in the community at that time in my life. So for him to kind of be in the background and who he is today, it showed you the perseverance that he had for so many years.

“I never really thought about it that way, in terms of doing [school] with an ulterior motive. I’ma do what I have to do, and if that meant focusing on school, if that meant staying in the gym hour after hour, staying hungry and competing at whatever I had to do, I would do it. I didn’t really think of it in terms of it being an example for somebody else, I was just focused on me doing what I needed to do to succeed.

“I wouldn’t say we hung out everyday or nothin’ like that, but just in terms of school and seeing him go through the process of trying to get to where he’s going—not even where he’s at today, but where he’s continuing to rise to. I’ve spoken to him on a few occasions, like when I would run into him throughout the summer.

“I’m sure I’ma run into him. I’ll reach out for sure when I’m in L.A., get him to come to a game.”

"I ball out like the San Diego Padres" (Tyga – Clique/Fuckin' Problem) | pending

"Poledance" (Ace Hood – Art of Deception) | accepted

I corrected it for you.