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There was a girl, back when he was 15, who lifted his spirits.

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Take a stand. Say what you think, don’t let the news dictate your opinion.

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People will remember you for your fuck ups or what good you did, and it’s mostly up to you which one.

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LD poses the question: when you go, will you be remembered as a menace, or as a God send?

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Probably looking a little creepy…

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The money you make now is no good to you in the afterlife.

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Watch who you talk about or you could get hurt!

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Saying that the relationship between money and drugs is no where near as complex as the relationship between people, they seem easier to him to manage, and therefore, going with the theme of being cold and calculated, would rather his life of dealing than a settled life.

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Going through his money making process.

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Any money he made was put straight back into weed.

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"Used to be a faggit now a gangster call him al capone" (Rejjie Snow – Cortex) | pending

Used to be a soft, shy kid, now a feared gangster, just like Al Capone.

"The dutch assasin spitting fire flames in prada" (Rejjie Snow – A City called Malice) | pending

This is a a play off the last line, with the ‘Dutch assassin’ referring to Sneijder, and Prada because it is a high end fashion label from Italy, where Wesley plays his football.

"Too black for the white kids, and too white for the blacks" (Earl Sweatshirt – Chum) | rejected

A reference to the fact that Earl is halfcast.

"Damn that shit even the odds now" (Pusha T – Exodus 23:1) | rejected

He could be saying that that is the only way that Drake will ever be equal to him