Reference to the line in Pusha T’s “My God.”
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He’s from Queens in NYC, where a gang called the Supreme Team sold cocaine.
If you read through Pusha’s raps, you’ll see that it’s fake like the old TV show, Kojak.
As a detective, Kojak would investigate crimes.
A real shot here — Cons takes a dig at Pusha’s former manager Anthony “Geezy” Gonzalez, who was arrested for being part of a multi-million dollar cocaine rig.
He also asserts that Pusha must be skimming some cocaine off the top to think he can contend with Consequence, “snorting whatever Tony was importing.”
He’s releasing a great diss record to address these rappers who don’t understand the game.
This is similar to Mobb Deep’s song, “Drop A Gem On ‘Em.”
He’s gonna “school” Pusha T. Play Cloths is Clipse’s clothing brand and Pusha wears a lot of it.
Play Clothes is Pusha T’s brand.
He smokes an ounce of weed to suppress his pain.
The roof of his convertible “flips” up and down like a gymnast.
She’s ignoring all of his letters.
Unanswered text messages that are very long.
A plug is a contact from another country who ships and grows drugs. Jay is apparently associating Latin America with drug distributors.
Here Jay is speaking in double entendre once again. This line is really Jay placing Latin people beneath him. The word “plug” also means something useless. Jay is being facetious and racist here but most people won’t get it.