If hip hop has taught us one thing, it’s that life is a bitch
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J. Cole’s first album is due to be called Cole World: The Sideline Story. It’s a play on words — it’s both a cold world, as well as Cole’s world.
This girl thinks Mike is tripping on his fame, but he’s actually tripping over her — he’s her “number one fan”
“My house is your house” — one of the few Spanish phrases Americans actually know
kitty meaning “pussy”, “whiskers” being her “bush”
I would imagine that, if a girl were to grab a guy flying in the air by his balls, it would put him out of the game (can’t really be a playa with no balls)
This line sets up the theme of towering over everybody else in the game (both figuratively and literally)
Bars as in lyrics, and well as bench pressing (lifting weights on a bar in the air, commonly done in a gym)
Along with talking tough, there’s some scatological wordplay (shit/behind)
Shakin my motherfuckin' head, an alternative to the facepalm