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Wayne chooses to pretend his haters do not exist rather than question their comments.
Wayne’s speed leaves a wind behind him which makes you sneeze.
Likewise, he moves so fast that when you close your eyes to sneeze, you’ll miss him pass by.
To “push” is to hustle something, in this case drugs. Likewise, Wayne is “pushing” on, moving up in his career against the odds.
Women know what Wayne is about. His clothes, car, and grill give off the “smell” of money.
Also, he has so much money that he smells like it.
DMX has been through the streets, fame, and jail. He has pain. Ja Rule and Benzino have not, so they can expect a lesson.
This song is all about his mindset and life. Listening to it gives his haters and critics a window into his world.
It is “you know me.” Listen to it again…he draws out “know.”
He has more money than you, forming a wall of wealth between you, normal, and him, famous and rich.
When something travels at light speed, it cannot be seen. Gambino and his career are moving so fast that they, like light, are invisible.
He’ll get so much money that your jobless self will be hired to wipe him.
Also, he’ll grow old and have to be wiped, a continuation of the “going long” line of above.