This skit epitomizes the age old question of mainstream rap versus underground. Underground complains that mainstream doesn’t make real hip hop and mainstream complains that underground is jealous of their money and success. Biggie is poking fun at less commercial rappers who have problems with him. In this song specifically Wu Tang Clan, Nas, and Jeru The Damaja
Interesting article on the two.
The parentheses at the end is one of Biggie’s friends telling him how fucked up what he did is.
It also suggests that she’s lonely willing to talk to Drake for companionship since her boyfriend isn’t there to give it to her.
In the end of the song(spoiler) it turns out that the stalker was just a figment of his imagination. It comes from within him.
He’s describing claustrophobia and paranoid thinking in general.
A second meaning is that his last album “The chronic” was the chronic in the way that it was dope.
Also a line from Snoop Doggs song “murder was the case”
It’d make more sense because Eminems a dope rapper and Nicki Minaj is sub par
This is also a direct reference to a line in Slick Rick’s Childen Story.
Theres a contrast to the figure of Nat Turner as opposed to those mentioned before. While those mentioned before tried to make a change peacefully Nat Turner tried to free himself through violence. The significance is that at times he had to come as Nat Turner because peaceful means wasn’t working.