Another homophone! “Piece” in the second instance here means “gun”
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Rhyming “comforter” and “comfort her” is a great example of one of RG’s favorite tricks, the homophone
Muscle relaxers, when used recreationally, tend to cause drowsiness. This is something we learned from the Internet, and definitely not from that time we went to see Phish…
“Hustling backwards” means exactly what you think it might — working hard constantly without making any progress. Wow, sounds like the average American
It wouldn’t be a Crooked verse without a blowjob reference
The rhyme in this line calls to mind a similar pun on “blasphemy” from Jay-Z’s “Dear Summer”:
Now I’m Pulp Fiction, Colt four-fifth an'
Young niggas that blast for me, no religion
Crooked here makes his “recipe” for revenge (get a gun, aim and shoot) sound like an actual recipe for food, with puns on “beef” (disagreement), “squeeze” (shoot), and “heat” (gun)
A rather morbid pun by Crooked on “time”
The Notorious B.I.G. definitively told us what beef is, an explanation that Crooked references here
Since Crooked’s rhymes are “the bomb”, they are similar to thermobaric weapons, which are “significantly more energetic than normal condensed explosives.”