Gunplay. Does. Cocaine. That’s all.
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Gunplay does coke. If you didn’t know
He also doesn’t care, and will bust a nut with no rubber. This nigga wild'n
Yet another thing that the F stands for
Weezy’s gotta keep his cool to duck these feds, and he’s just cleaning off his shoes after some good old fashioned fed-running
And also smoking on some good Southern weed
They speeding, counting big money and doing big things
Hodgy was wearing a scarf in the studio before recording… Now he’s taking it off
Kilo begins her first verse
Start of the track
In New York the women are independent, and can take care of themselves Z-Snap
Kinda like Sex In The City, but much much more attractive
They’re actually The L.O.X, signed to D-Block Records
*shoe is on the other foot
Also detectives that that track their suspects and investigate their movements are known as gumshoes, for this same reason
They put so much work into verified explanations don’t they…
British people don’t say “that” like that. Trust me, I’m British.
Round here we use normal grammar :)
RapGenius’s list to his many names
Just a suggestion to the title of the track… Travis Barker isn’t on this. Lil Ronnie is
*French Kisses, makes more sense with the whole bilingual thing, and follows on to the next line too
And the fact his own private phone calls were recorded and used in the trial against his long-time business partner Charles “Chilly” Patton.
There were recorded conversations of Patton and Fiasco discussing splitting up “whole yellow” and “whole red ones.”
In the prosecution, a witness testified that the colors referred to $10 packets of heroin. Fiasco testified that it was referred to mixing and prepping music tracks, and denied involvement in the drug trade.
But I think he’s still pretty pissed his man got 44 years.