And you can't replace the late great one
And when you gone you only gon' be the late fake one
Doe Rae Me (Hailie's Revenge) by Eminem (Ft. D12 & Obie Trice)

As Ja Rule is trying to copy 2pac style he is just a fake rapper. He would never replace him (the late great one) and he will only be remembered as the late fake one instead.

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And y'all ain't gotta say it, just think it
Cause I know that you know that I know that you know that I know that you know that I'M A GOAT
G.O.A.T. by Eminem

Eminem knows that everybody knows that he is the best, but not everyone says it.
Here he is probably making reference to the They Don’t Know That We Know They Know We Know joke from Friends Tv Series:

-Rachel: I can not believe he would do that to Mon—Whoa! Joey, do they know that we know?
-Joey: No.
-Rachel: Joey!
-Joey: They know you know.
-Rachel: Ugh, I knew it! Oh I cannot believe those two!
-Phoebe: God, they thought they can mess with us! They’re trying to mess with us?! They don’t know that we know they know we know! Joey, you can’t say anything!
-Joey: I couldn’t even if I wanted to.

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May 26th, 2013

PERFECT! Eminem & Friends…

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Reminisce on the deceased who no longer exist
Only wishin' we could bring them back with songs like dis
Who U Rep With by 50 Cent (Ft. Bravehearts & Nas)

It’s said that a person that have died will still live as long as he (or she) is remembered. Nas brings his homies “back to life” by remembering them while rapping.

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Projects too hot, niggas better hope we never hit rock
Cause then we gonna run up in your spot
Too Hot by 50 Cent (Ft. Nas & Nature)

Their rap project is so good that niggas should wish that 50 and his crew don’t accomplish it, because if they do they will get to the top easily taking the crown of the latest rapper. And they did! Just take a look at how 50 got to the top!

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January 16th, 2013

The projects are too hot, there saying that niggas better hope they dont hit rock bottom, cause if they do they’re going to run up in your spot and take your cash

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I disturb niggas and white boys, with five pointed stars
Tatted on they arms,
Too Hot by 50 Cent (Ft. Nas & Nature)

Nas doesn’t make difference between races, between gang affiliation, etc. He gets rid of anyone on his way.

Five pointed stars were tattooed on the arms of members of the Five Point Gang.

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"Tell these niggas somethin' God" Too Hot by 50 Cent (Ft. Nas & Nature)

Nas sometimes calls himself “God”. Ghostface wants him to spit some lines.

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Yo I woulda went pro too, then I let them phillies slow me Too Hot by 50 Cent (Ft. Nas & Nature)

Nature would have been a profesional boxer if he hadn’t smoked so many phillies (slang for cigars emptied of their tobacco and refilled with marijuana) that made him lose his speed to fight.
To be a professional boxer you need to be fast, sometimes speed is enough to win every fight. Just ask Prince Naseem Hamed

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August 4th, 2013

He’s talking about basketball, not boxing. Ron Artest and Kobe (Bryant) are NBA players

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G. Dep Too Hot by 50 Cent (Ft. Nas & Nature)

G. Dep, New York rapper signed to Bad Boy Records

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Ghostface Killah Too Hot by 50 Cent (Ft. Nas & Nature)

Ghostface Killah, member of the Wu- Tang Clan

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"Admit it, you bit it" Too Hot by 50 Cent (Ft. Nas & Nature)

“Bit off” is used to describe someone copying something of someone else. This line makes reference to the previous one about Biggie bitting off Illmatic’s cover for his own album.

It’s difficult to deny their resemblance…

Illmatic (released on April 19, 1994)

Ready to Die (released on September 13, 1994)

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