Many blacks are criticized for the style of “saggin” their pants (basically exposing their boxers/wearing the jeans below the waist), and it’s seen by many as an attribute of low class. Lil B here is saying that because he does that, you shouldn’t judge him, it’s just a style.
Like many blacks, he was born into the culture of the ghetto, which traps its' denizens into a never ending cycle of low-income, numerous children and legal problems. Lil B here is acknowledging that he was born into this, but it isn’t his fault that he acts the way he does (“All I’ve seen is what I follow”), because it’s all he knows.
Actually 7-11 is known for having very cheap drinks and foods. It’s ironic that he’s in a BMW, yet drinking a slurpee and a 7-11 Fajita that probably cost a total of 2bucks.
Matteo is right.
With a Royce 5'9" twist, actually.
This line is also clever because Lady Gaga infamously wore a meat dress at the MTV Video Music Awards.
I think the line implies white people say “nigga” when they’re with other white friends and no black people.
“soul music of the slave”
The “ignorant as fuck, defend people for the hell it / because i am the devil, fucker get on my level” alludes “Devil’s Advocate” — when you offer an alternate opinion for no real reason except to argue. Tyler is more than the devil’s advocate though — he is the devil.. fucker.