Shout out to J.Lo. …not anymore.
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This first third of the line matches up with the previous line to refer to Khia’s dirty underground radio classic “My Neck, My Back.”
How the hell is Biggie referencing Khia? This song is from 1997.
Biggie loves to spoil his mistresses, but they aren’t taking a Caribbean vacations or doing anything involving Big’s money.
Just gettin' physical.
Oh word Lil Kim? TMI at all?
Nah dude, its just the seat warmers in her Beamer.
These LA girls are into some kinky stuff — after being dirty with you, they hit up your friend next. Biggie had previously decried this behaviour on his song “Friend of Mine”
Biggie spits that hot flame but we all know Dylan spits the hottest fiya.
All of Biggie’s competitors are phony actors deserving of the highest award in film, the Oscars, but he at this point has released the critically acclaimed Ready to Die and now Life After Death.
The lyrics goes
“Slug PASSED your brain
Jada’s got “16 in the clip and one in the hole,” basically saying he’s got a bullet in the chamber ready to fire. Head doubles in meaning as head of the gun, or head of his victim.
Biggie also went by the alias “Frank White” or “Francis M.H. White” (M.H. = Most High).
The title of Deputy coincides with the following line, as deputies from the old west toted Smith & Wesson firearms.
If you ain’t feeling Biggie’s music and are vocal about it, prepare to catch a few slugs.
This line contains a reference to “Rump Shaker” by Wreckx-n-Effect.