This is a reference to Bruh Man, a character from 90’s TV show, Martin. Bruh Man lived on the 5th Floor of Martin’s building and every time he introduced himself, he’d say “Bruh Man, from the 5th floor,” while holding up four fingers instead of 5 (he was kind of slow). Capital STEEZ isn’t from the 5th floor though, he’s from the 5th dimension.
Jimmy Darmody was a fictional gangster on HBO’s Boardwalk Empire TV show. He was killed in the season 2 finale after waging a turf war and trying to put a hit on the main character, gangster/politician Nucky Thompson. Nucky is the one who killed Jimmy.
In October 2005, rapper Jay-Z headlined a concert that he unofficially dubbed as his “I Declare War!” concert. A lot of people thought that Jay was going to diss a bunch of rappers at the concert. What actually occurred was that Jay made peace with his former rival, rapper Nas. At the end of the show, Nas appeared onstage and shook hands with Jay, before they performed a song together.
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This is a reference to a 2007 Hot 97 radio interview with DJ/rapper, Angie Martinez and rapper 50 Cent. During the interview, rapper Cam'ron, calls up and has an argument with 50 Cent over their respective business ventures in the rap industry. At one point, Cam'ron starts screaming “Curtis!” when he asks 50 about rap group, Mobb Deep’s album sales (who at the time were signed to 50’s, G-Unit record label).
Former Alaskan governor and vice presidential candidate, Sarah Palin, famously stated in a a September 2008 TV interview with Katie Couric, that Alaska’s close proximity to Russia gave her foreign policy credentials.
In 2008 at a concert in Australia, R&B duo, K-Ci & JoJo, performed live. During the show, JoJo, passed out onstage. K-Ci is seen continuing the concert and leaving him onstage for a bit before coming back to the stage to help him out. Rumors of drug abuse swirled while K-Ci blamed his brother’s collapse on epilepsy.