He has earrings and a bracelet with yellow diamonds (burr!)
Gucci Mane’s “Burr!” is not the same as Birdman’s “Brrrrrr!” birdcall; “Burr!” is Gucci’s invention, indicating coldness from his “ice” (diamonds)
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In the suburbs, little kids sell lemonade on the corner to sell money
In the ghetto, if kids put up a lemonade sign, it’s to fool the cops so they can sell crack
He standing in the shade because its hot in the summertime
And lemonade can be crack coke or herion but im sure gucci doesn’t sell “crack” no more so he is talking about coke
He is selling hydrocodone syrup “Lemonade” for $600 a pint, the going street value in Atlanta.
$600 a pint gawt damn gucci crazy
Codeine cough syrup mixed with a soft drink is the beverage of choice for many rappers.
It gives the person consuming it the sense that they are moving verrrry slowwwwlyyy.. (snore)
“Stupid” here means “greatly” — Gucci is very well paid these days
A “Georgia-peach” is a sweet southern belle. This girl looks more like a stuck up lesbian (“lemon”) and Gucci has no time for a — ahem — sourpuss
It’s true that girls from New York (the “Big Apple”) tend to be sour and crusty..
“Lemon” in its most normal figurative sense, meaning a crappy car with a manufacturing defect
“Step to” someone means to challenge them (“step up to”)
Notice the “lapped” and “sit” wordplay (i.e. sitting on someone’s lap).