Trafficking like Bailey, bricks coming across the border line I Live in a TV by Gucci Mane (Ft. DJ Drama)

Trafficking like a Bailey is a reference to a bailey car

However Gucci also states he’s trafficking drugs, “bricks (drugs) coming across the border line”.

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alexisalexis
January 25th, 2012

This line refers to Roland Bailey and Candisha Robinson of Bailey vs. United States (1995).

In May 1989, Bailey was stopped in the District of Columbia for not having a front license plate on his car. Bailey could not produce a driver’s license, and the officers ordered him out of the car. As Bailey was exiting the car, the officers saw him stuff something between the seat and the front console. A subsequent search of the passenger compartment revealed 27 plastic bags containing a total of 30 grams of cocaine. In the trunk of the car the officers found a loaded nine-millimeter pistol.

In June 1991, Robinson was the target of two controlled purchases of cocaine. The police then obtained a search warrant and searched Robinson’s one-bedroom apartment, where they found an unloaded .22 caliber pistol and 11 grams of crack cocaine. They also found a marked $20 bill from one of the prior controlled purchases.

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Prestige is cut to a T, spark when weed went up The Champ by Ghostface Killah

‘Spark’ is a play on ‘sparking up’ referring to the weed. His outfit and his reputation are sharp (or cut to a T, a common idiom). This is especially true when the price of weed skyrocketed, making his hustling more profitable.

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