The persona Tyler presents in this song, and many other songs, is quite different from his own. Here he can’t remember the girl he woke up with because of drugs/alcohol, but in reality he doesn’t drink or do drugs (though much of his Odd Future crew has — see Domo Genesis)
Tyler’s raps are generally fantasies — his creative mind running wild. When he gets into character he can be anyone he wants
Pusha is arguing against King’s ideas for the black civil rights movement. How can someone who is famous face racism with the public watching and turn the other cheek? Pusha thinks that King only addressed working class blacks. Is the Pusha agreeing with Malcolm X? Or maybe his G.O.O.D Music companion Kanye West, the “fly Malcolm X”
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