More threats of violence, possibly inspired by the curb stomp finisher on the Xbox 360 trilogy “Gears of War 3” ?
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or maybe the movie american history x?
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Breezy shows off his impeccable rap skillz and asks for a pardon for his grammar, all while rhyming “Grammar” with “Grammar.”
Yep. Can’t make this up.
It’s not grammar the line is pardon me for my grammar/ this virginia country bamma/ goin nuts like some planters
Not fuckin with me = celibate.
Celibate = no fornication.
Fornication =/= not fuckin with me.
It’s a circle! Basically, it’s a tired play on words.
Courtroom punchlines are fun.
Using the word “testify” brings the illusion that he’s on trial delivering the truth, which will set him free.
Oh, this is Ace Hood’s lyrical ability stretched to the max. He cleverly says that haters get the J’s, which equal getting “jumped” and “jacked”.
This gets the ‘hmm’ face…
He plays on the alphabet in another way. He replaces “me” with “I”. “J” is the letter after “I”. In other words, Ace Hood says: “You think you better than me? You will never be before me”.
In situations of loyalty, people are known to inherit other people’s problems and make them their own. They share beef, because they’re technically family.
Something like that.
This is also a variation of the hook from the classic song “Eye for an Eye” by Mobb Deep.
Imagine getting these three chicks at once.
Now imagine those girls were drugs. That’s essentially what Jeezy was saying.
Also, 3 = triple = trio.
Jeezy tells about his losses in drug-talk, then goes on to scold other rappers about not being real on their songs like he is.
Goes well with the title of the song, right?
Same rules as the piranhas line, only substitutes for another hostile animal. In this case, they were biting for more like iguanas.
Sometimes, I wonder if he just rhymes things just to rhyme…