A common saying from the 19th Century — “What’s your name?” “Puddin' ‘n’ Tame, ask me again and I’ll tell you the same” — originating from a short story called “The King Of Boyville”
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Puddin Tane is pimp slang for pussy, like poon-tang. Same etymology. It is important to remember that Boots is from Oakland when annotating his lyrics.
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Boots justifies his selfishness because any day could be your last: a thug with an Uzi (machine gun) could “get” (kill) you for an ounce of drugs
Who taught him this pessimistic outlook? An “OG” (mentor; stands for “Original Gangsta)
He’s flirting with a bad-breathed halitosis girl for free food
Boots gets free things by “doing dirt” — a category of activities which seems to include stealing and conniving
Verse 2 begins and ends with the same two lines..
If you are a girl who likes handbags, maybe you should friend him on Facebook or something
Pretty Ricky’s “sex mix” includes Sade’s “Sweetest Taboo” and Notorious BIG’s “Big Poppa”
Puff Daddy is managing Rick Ross these days, so he might have included “Big Poppa” in the sex mix just to suck up to his new boss
Ricky’s diamonds make him look like a firefly!
A pun demonstrating Weezy’s dominance of the music industry. He is the master of his domain, which included an “island” (i.e. Island Records) and the “Atlantic” (i.e. Atlantic Records)
And he lives on South Beach,which is an island in the Atlantic.
Eminem is promising not to start/continue any of his beefs (pinky swear!)
Also can be seen as No more ‘bee flingers 'referring to the previous line