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ayylmoa rip tyrant
EDIT: ayylmoa rip me
When he does it this time can he film it please?
Would you consider that laugh as “Loooob” or “ded”? pls confirm, Tyrant.
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For this track, KE on the Track went out of his normal lane by flipping a beautiful sample of Gene Williams' “Don’t Let Your Love Fade Away.”
K.E. teamed up with Trill HD to provide a breakdown of this beat.
Note: We know that there is speculation over the real producer of this track, and we will provide an update as soon as there is legitimate proof as to who really made the beat.
Wingstop is a chicken wing restaurant chain. Rozay owns several, originally purchasing a location in Memphis, Tennessee.. As of the release of this song, Ross owns 6 locations: 3 in Memphis, 1 in Miami, 1 in Mississippi, and 1 in Deerfield Beach.
Even though Ross is overweight (and acknowledges it here), he’s EATIN DOE.
Most of the people who wear belts such as the Gucci belt pictured below are not gangsters, rather posers who just happen to be rich.
If you aren’t really a gangster, your gear won’t make you any more of one; just an imitator.
Good thing their attorneys can’t stop us from telling you about the multiple rap stars who have referred to Fatburger.
In 2 Chainz “Dope Peddler”, he dropped this line referring his money to not only the size of the chains' (no pun intended) enormous burgers, but the monetary success that they’ve had:
Pockets on Fatburger
The legendary The Notorious B.I.G. referred to Fatburger in his track, “Going Back to Cali”
If I wanna squirt her, take her to Fatburger
Childish Gambino also mentioned Fatburger in his California-based because the internet album, on “II. no exit.”
Pass a Fatwater through Atwater village
In addition to solely playing music, Fatburger has had MANY business interactions with musicians. Pharrell Williams owns multiple Fatburger locations in China, and Kanye West used to own every single Fatburger restaurant in his hometown Chicago, Illinois.
Yancey was a trailblazing African American businesswoman who was a very crucial element in breaking down gender boundaries.
Yancey unfortunately passed away on January 26th, 2008, from pneumonia.