“Wide body” refers to his car’s widened chassis, and is an option generally selected for its superior balance and adhesion to the road’s surface. Rick bought it for other reasons.
Also a (kind of gross) play on words…“gooch” means the same thing as “taint.” At least it’s a part of Ross that’s covered by his designer underwear.
The second part of the line should be corrected to “Radiomirs on the loose,” referring to Rick Ross’s Panerai Radiomir watch.
Pretty sure he says “Ten chains,” though.
Or a .357 handgun.
Also, the main Tae Bo practitioner appearing in the commercials is black, so it could be a reference to a black martial arts expert.
He may shoot someone (a crackhead, maybe?) with a double-barreled shotgun, referred to here as both a “twin” and a “gauge.”
It’s also bulbous and easily separated into individual segments, like a cluster of good buds.
And if you’ve been “laid down like football turfs,” and are deceased, then the lack of oxygen in your bloodstream will cause you to turn blue in some places.
This may be going out on a limb just a tad, but Odd Future’s general disdain for Christianity makes me think that “immaculate” wasn’t used coincidentally. It could be that Tyler is taking a jab at the Virgin Mary and Jesus' birth as well, arguing that since (in his opinion) God does not exist, Mary must have had to have sex in order to give birth in the first place.