Making text is here interpreted as writing lyrics, and also as “making textile” since Martin Margiela is a fashion designer.
So the metaphor is that he started writing really young, but we could go deeper and state that he was making “webs” of interconnected rhymes and metaphors.
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“Get X’d” means get killed like Professor X who was killed in X-Men: Last Stand.
Juggernaut/ Cain Marko from X-Men was unstoppable.
Them Shady Juggernauts are merciless, destructive and unstoppable.
Juggernaut and Prof. X are also Step-brothers.
Lots of rappers from where he came from, none of'em really blew out ‘cause they don’t know the formula of success (which was probably putting out mainstream shit around that time).
50 Cent is known to be a fine business man, he knew how to handle his shit to make himself rich and famous.
A bookie is a kind of dark gambler who often participates in illegal bets (horse races, cock fights…)
Her attitude got your d*ck sprung.
50 is very fond of high risk, high reward situations. Skill of a refined gambler.
Stating that all the new comers in the rap game are ignorant about Slaughterhouse’s origins, which he explains after.
In the event they can’t afford what you have, they’ll strip you naked publicly (diss you) and get richer from the buzz. Depriving you from what you have and getting it themselves at the same time.
If the “pad” he previously stated is meant as the electronical one, then his simple “click” can wrap up his money.
his click “slaughterhouse” can wrap (RAP) his dough up referring to making money through lyrical abllity
Signals his mocking by telling you to “picture that” after which he impersonates the rappers he’s talking about:
I write the crappiest/laziest verses for money and bitches
Double entendre on chicken scratch :
The rapper he’s mimicking is using his money to have sex with (scratch) with chicks
“Chicken scratch” is an expression for horrible handwriting, in this context, horrible lyricism