how they publish this with her name spelled wrong though?
This phrase would be used by Lil Kim in the original version of “Big Momma Thing” in the verse intended to diss Faith Evans; eventually replaced by Jay-Z’s verse
he’s referring to the Girbaud taped jeans. The simple yet exquisite idea allowed for one to purchase a variety of the same jeans with altered colors on the tape stripes on the pants legs
also a slang term in boxing when a fighter is dropped with one punch
The Skit involves Puffy and D.Dot portraying the two robbers who attempt to break in whilst arguing among each other, debating whether to leave or not, and eventually being shot down by Biggie.
Puffy always had to find his way onto a track
Same sentiment used by Geto Boys in “Damn it Feels Good to be A Gangsta” a few years earlier
may also be a subtle allegory to pornography, as the most explicit acts are portrayed in hardcore pornography. Other sub-genres like softcore and mediart are known for being more tasteful and “socially acceptable”. Hence his use of “fuck” right before
depending on the caliber of bullets his weapons can load/fire, it’s quite possible to tear through skin and bone with the bullet entering and exiting the body pending the variables of the shot.
Also a loose reference to “Things Done Changed”
Actually, Biggie was in North Carolina when Puff sent him a plane ticket and the day after he left the crack house was raided by the feds and everyone got hit with federal RICO charges.
Since he mentions Virginia, I assume G'Town is referring to Washington DC where Georgetown University is located. South DC was one of the roughest areas in the 80’s and at a point had the highest murder rate. I believe Alpo Martinez and Richie Porter often ran business back and forth from DC to NYC