Chance is saying that he hopes this “shorty” is willing to have sex with him. The phrase “goin” means willing to have sex. Like Chance other Chicago based rappers such as Sicko Mobb use this same term.
Got bad bitches with sow-ins, all these hoes be goin'
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Instead of ridin' around in the steamer, he is taking it to the chop shop so he can instantly get money for it.
Fresco is giving the person about 5 seconds max until something happens. Hitting a lick is basically getting something easily.
Now that he has the car, it’s his steamer.
The SaveMoney navy is overflowin' with flows.
Tyga makes a few clever references here.
He calls the ice in his watch Ben & Jerry dollars. Ben & Jerry’s is an Ice Cream company with a Net Income of over $3,926,000.00.
There is also a play on words with “Jerry” and “Stackhouse”. Tyga is referencing the former NBA player Jerry Stackhouse.
Indeed, if he really has “Ben & Jerry dollars”, he just might be able to build a house out of stacks.
Mr. Rogers was the main character from the television series Mister Rogers' Neighborhood".
In the beginning of each episode he sung:
It’s a beautiful day in this neighborhood,
A beautiful day for a neighbor
Weezy’s neighborhood is so beautiful that it could have been the same neighborhood Mr. Rodgers was in.
Play on the title of the song “All My Ex’s Live in Texas” by George Straight.
In his song he says:
All my exes live in Texas
That’s why I lay my hat in Tennessee
However, in this case all of my exes live in Tennessee. All of my exes are tennesse because that is where I “lay” my hat .