This is something like an early version of R. Kelly’s “Trapped In The Closet,” except Biggie is dealing with a New York Knick and pulls off a robbery after stealing the girl.
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He loads up this baller’s money in an expensive Prada bag, basically adding insult to injury.
She was able to get Biggie fully turned on, something like a perfect 10. A dime.
Maybe a girl like Selita Ebanks, AKA the Phoenix from Kanye West’s Runaway film.
Frankie White will roll through with his heater and shoot up the scene before the party gets busy.
But Biggie, if you got a gun up in your waist, please don’t…
Some NY rappers prefer to keep their guns closer to their manhood..
Loc'ing out is slang for going crazy, and when the crowd started acting up, people were throwing fisticuffs.
Biggie repeats his spin-off of a popular phrase,
And now for my next number,
I would like to return to the classics
The original clip was sampled in “Plug Tunin' (12" Version).”
Also sampled by Mr. West in the old school/new school collab made for the Nike AF1.
This is a quote originally from Liberace’s Carnegie Hall performance of Chopsticks, later quoted by De La Soul in Plug Tunin.
Biggie gives us the inner thoughts of the girls he’s drinking Remy Martin with.
People often think the pimp has all the power in their relationship with the prostitutes. But of course, if the prostitute is smart, she’ll work her pimp for more money.
Not to mention, if you regularly shop prostitutes, then they have essentially become your pimp.
Short Dog has never been shy about his bed life. He shares plenty of details and names on his famous “Cocktales.”