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Reference to MC Lyte’s 10% Dis.

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The mistake didn’t remain unnoticed.

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Referencing The Notorious B.I.G.’s classic ‘’What’s Beef‘’, when you got beef you don’t roll no less than 30 deep.

Better be careful if you’re in 50’s hood.

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Quoting 2Pac.

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You get the impression that this scenario happened right after Eminem had recorded his verse.Yelawolf calls him and it seems like a joke, since it is pretty much the opposite of what the song is about, especially Eminem’s verse.

It also serves as the intro to the next song off of Radioactive, entitled Good Girl

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Wrong Conjugation of the verb “take” in order to fit it into the rhyme scheme.

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A double entendre:

Sources claim that 50 cent used to date Beyoncé, a former member of Destiny’s Child.

We could also understand he dating destiny. And people you are dating will usually favor you over the rest.

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Sounds like a goodnight kiss

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Biggie’s friend, Drew, was fucking with some guy, who happened to be another girl’s baby’s father.
The girl’s name was Taya.

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Sounds like something a little girl would sing when she walk through a park or something, which would look like everything was fine and there were no worries in the world.
This indicates that 2pac neither cares about nor feels any sorrow for his victims

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October 9th, 2013

Strangely enough, the melody sounds very much like ‘HaTikvah’, the Israeli national anthem.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCtK4Nl6Czg

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"Fat as that ass that honey shakin" (2Pac – Tradin War Stories) | pending

You said “he means it’s as Phat/Fat as the ass of a sexy woman”. What do you mean by it?

The original song is What’s Beef from the album “Life after Death” and not Beef from the album “Duets: The final Chapter”.

"Perhaps the underlyin fact stay high explain genocide / I..." (2Pac – Who Do You Believe In) | pending

By “genocide” he is not referring to black on black crime.
He’s telling us the actual definition of genocide, which is mass-murder of humans.
He’s trying to imply that all human races are equal and therefore pointing out the pointlessness of genocide.

Also: Quik350 is right.

"Got a date with destiny, she's more than a girl" (50 Cent – God Gave Me Style) | accepted

@RAW_SPK: I don’t know how you know they never dated, but several sources claim they have.

Actually the original track was released on The Show Soundtrack in 1995.

He was DREAMIN' in the womb, not screamin'.

"I'm taking these chances / My head to the sky / My feet o..." (Lil Wayne – Hustler Musik) | pending

His “head to the sky” — he’s dreaming of a better future, where he’s on top
His “feet on the ground” — he isn’t solely living in his dreams, he knows what reality’s like, and what he gotta do to reach his goals
His “fingers to the judge” — judge in this case means the trigger of a gun. It is used to “judge” over people’s life (whether they may live or not).

"We know life's a fuckin' trip, and everybody gotta go / B..." (Thug Life – How Long Will They Mourn Me) | accepted

“Everybody gotta go” is a phrase used by people who have lost someone and have accepted their loss. It shows that they can deal with it.
The next line is a contradiction of this assumption. It says that he actually can’t deal with his friend’s death.
Both lines read together show he’s confused and going crazy like the other rappers on this song.

Also letting people know, that even if they (people like C. Delores Tucker) chose to censor rap songs, artists won’t let that prevent them from saying what they want to say.

"Don't get it wrong cause it's always on, from dusk to daw..." (2Pac – Still I Rise (Original Version)) | pending

No, he says “heroin bong”