“bangin” for the bread is referring to shooting people for any reason for any sort of money (“bread”) they can get, even if it’s those old, moldy small-faced bills.
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By Molded (Bread) Wayne Means Even Dirty Money (ie Money Gotten Through Ill Gotten Means) Is Accepted Because Him And His Niggas Are Money Hungry.
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To “wet” is to kill (spill blood); Lil Wayne is describing himself as a big-time blood-spiller
The Supersoaker was a very popular type of water gun in the 90s
LADIES: I know the fruit thing sounds cute, but..
..what Lil Wayne is really offering is to “toss your salad” (aka lick your asshole) — preferably with some syrup and jelly, if you’ve got any lying around..
Michael Jordan and Gary Payton both continued to play basketball well past their primes (they were addicted and couldn’t quit)
Chimney is the vaginal canal, living room is the uterus (i.e. Weezy has a long dick)
Also a further iteration of the fire / heat theme
He comes in your house like santa clause
Agree with DUbL-eS see explains why he mentions Winter in the next line.
Wayne is coming to your house to come get what is rightfully his
People have not yet given him the credit he is due (“sleeping on him”)
Wayne is about to really put himself on the map to the point there is not denying his succes (sleeping on him)
He’s twice as rich as other rappers — he has enough money to own the whole rap game (360 degrees) whereas other rappers can only have half (180 degrees)
Lil Wayne probably learned this game from his “daddy” Birdman, who judges his bank account as a multiple of Weezy’s: “If Weezy got 15 I got 45”
360 as in the money eventually ends up back in his pockets while other rappers just lose their money in a straight 180 degree line.
When he spends money it comes back to him like a full circle (360 degrees). When you spend money it just keeps going in a straight line away from you (180 degrees).
I always thought this referred to road head or a body in the trunk. But as Wayne himself explains, this line refers to his traveling companion: a massive gun in the trunk, weighing the car down
Cooking crack imagery
Quick Draw McGraw was a cartoon character who was a sheriff in the Old West. Wayne plays with the double meaning of bragging how fast he can “draw” a gun and “draw” a picture
He’s not making this up by the way; Wayne did go to art school