Meek just associates with loyal & true friends, those who’d take (or give) a bullet for him.
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The threat of being killed was too great for Meek even in his youth, so he had to make sure that he was ready to defend himself at a moment’s notice.
The police were watching Meek and his friends selling contraband, as well as secretly gathering evidence by taking pictures & video to use as evidence against him.
Lloyd’s ex believed that he made an empty threat about leaving the relationship- but he wasn’t bluffing. Oh, no
He reeks of success, and he proudly displays this.
Lloyd regrets ever interacting with this woman, breaking up with her is a relief for him.
The woman in question is pissing Lloyd off, to the intensity of his last punchline in a verse.
Whenever Eminem gets into a relationship where he believes that he’s in love, it always screws up.
This also links to the following line: it is still Cupid who is responsible of his bad luck in love. He refers to Cupid often, such as in “that’s all she wrote” feat TI
A sentiment felt by many other members of the hip-hop community
If your party doesn’t only comprise of beautiful women, Royce & company won’t be there.