Yet another spin on the on the popular phrase, “Life’s a Bitch”, which can be seen to have been popularized by the Nas song of the same name
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He doesn’t bother himself with the other girls in his life, he simply lusts for them physically, but has no concern on whether they stick around.
A common theme in hip hop, probably popularized by the hook of the notorius Junior M.A.F.I.A. song, “Get Money”.
However the saying is based on the theme of one important rule of the “Bro Code”, ‘Bros over Hoes’.
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“An we blowing out smoke like ectoplasm
I told her make the neck romantic"
the girl is demonic and isn’t safe to be around making him in need to keep her on a leash
STEEZ is also saying that he doesn’t hold down girls, meaning he lets em do as they please, so fuck them bitches, he ain’t paying attention to them, unless he and her are taking long walks on the beach, meaning relationship status, in which case STEEZ would have his eye on his girl
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By the second verse we’ve already left the store and are on our way. But then we get pulled over and experience some police brutality.
Now while the first verse is real life, and did actually happen, I simply added the second verse to make the story more climactic and complete.
The first verse entails what happened when me and my friends checked into the gas station to get some snacks for the trip.
This really did happen with the whole gas-station owner thing, I didn’t think I looked like a criminal but apparently…
AKA me trying to be optimistic.
The creeps in holding were either trying to start fights or find their future “bar buddies”. Fortunately, I was with friends, so since we stuck together they didn’t try us.
Just the level of confusion and regret was overwhelming.
When we yelled for help they comically read us our rights.
They clearly had no reason to start an altercation when they were the ones harassing us, but the jokes got more and more offensive, and they decided to “teach us a lesson”.
We were lost, and therefore driving kind of awkwardly, so I guess the police assumed something was wrong. When they saw that it was all good, they decided to mess with us.