Fool your kinda fake, talking about you fucked the Eiht Dead Men Tell No Lies by Compton's Most Wanted

In “The Last Word” DJ Quik viciously calls out Mc Eiht.

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She likes to squeel
But you squeeled on the E,
Dead Men Tell No Lies by Compton's Most Wanted

Refers to the disses DJ Quik makes on the tracks “Way 2 Fonky” and “Last Words”, leading Eiht to believe that all along he had been dissing CMW from day one.

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No more faking and taking my snaps Dead Men Tell No Lies by Compton's Most Wanted

both Quik and Eiht come from Compton, so not only is Eiht fighting a lyrical gang war but his biggest base for commercial support is divided as well.

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I start with the killing so fuck stopping the violence Dead Men Tell No Lies by Compton's Most Wanted

refers to the Blood/Crip truce of 1992. Eiht could give a damn about a truce for the better cause, his pride had overtaken him.

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I been quiet for too fucking long so now its time to break the silence Dead Men Tell No Lies by Compton's Most Wanted

The irony since DJ Quik never officially dissed CMW on the Red Tape in 1987 or on Quik is the Name in 1991 but CMW dissed Quik on their first two records in 1990 and 1991. When Quik releases a diss on Way 2 Fonky in July, 1992, Eiht comes back less than 3 months later with an album full of Quik disses.

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True Dollaz + Sense by DJ Quik

should be “Tru”, the nickname for Tree Top Pirus.

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But by then Ham and Gina really started to squab Safe + Sound by DJ Quik

actually refers to a series of incidents that occurred when he first moved to LA. Even though many of the events weren’t his fault, Gina forced Quik out the house.

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Breaking these pebbles like bam bam Safe + Sound by DJ Quik

Pebbles and Bam Bam are two characters in the Flintstones. The children of the Rubble and Flintstones families. Often assumed to grow up and become romantically interested in each other. The show is known for its affluent references to various rock and granite elements.

Quik is chopping crack rocks up to sell but how he words it, makes it seem like he’s making a reference to Bam Bam breaking down Pebbles in bed.

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Cluckers wanting a hit so bad they let there panties fall Safe + Sound by DJ Quik

cluckers is an early term for addicts turned prostitutes. The “cluck” to get a taste of the “birds” aka kilo’s of coke.

They are willing to trade sex off for hits of the rock.

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Sherm Safe + Sound by DJ Quik

weed laced with PCP

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