Just Wayne’s way of saying that he’s the boss to the boss. No one is above him because no one orders him around.
Weezy might not be to favorable of the regular boss attire of the suit and tie…
Because they put that on ya when ya die
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A little braggadocio on Wayne’s behalf; he’s saying that you ought to try to be more like him (Lil Wayne, and by extension, Malcom X).
To empathize with the words of Malcom X makes the listener like Lil Wayne in that both feel the message Malcom tried to convey.
Wayne is taking the listener on a metaphorical tour of his house, which is a larger metaphor for his life.
This is a reference to New Jack City, Nino Brown’s building in which he manufactured crack was called the Carter.
Also a reference to Lil Wayne’s last name and the name of the album in which this song comes from.
Some people choose shwag
Others prefer chronic:
Why not all of the above? It’s not like rappers can’t afford it!
John Stockton holds the NBA record for most assists with 15,806.
Sam Adams knows he can get with any girl he wants, so he just passes them off to a homie when they approach him.