Thats definitely possible, but I think the overall idea of this song is that these people are doing TOO MUCH rather than being too cautious and not doing enough. Thats why I went this route
Kendrick see’s himself as a marginalized youth and supports this with the metaphor in Line 1
Some of Kendrick’s material is considered taboo at times, or not accepted by society, like his song about a neighborhood girl Keisha
This is the complete opposite of the meaning of taboo…
Should be “dead presidents old”
Verse 2 lines 4&5 read: “Where they mow that’s green
I can see you fit the bell” but I believe should read: “With a mold that’s green, I can see you fit the bill” as in your pattern of moneymaking is turning stale with your optics (perspective)
An example of the “bougie bitches with no extensions” he meets in Suburbia while riding with his crew on “The Art of Peer Pressure”
He is referring to his ability to pick out high class women based on simple surface observations such as her scent.
Kendrick has a very unique view on the world and when he manifests these thoughts into songs they can often be considered taboo i.e., Keisha’s Song, No Make-up, P&P, etc.