You ain't gotta be rich but fuck that, how we gonna get around your bus pass?
Fo' I put this pussy on your mustache, can you afford me?
My niggas breadwinners, never corny. Ambition makes me so horny.
Not the fussin' and the frontin', if you got nuttin', baby boy, you betta "Git Up, Git Out and get somethin" Shit!.
I like a, lot of P-rada, Alize and vodka. Late nights, candlelight, then I tear the cock up.
Get it up I put it down everytime it pop up, huh, I got to snap em, let it loose, then I knock ya, feel the juice, then I got ya.
When you produce a rocka I let you meet momma and introduce you to poppa.
My, coochie remains in a Gucci name. Never test my patience nigga, I'm high maintenance.
High class, if you ain't rollin, bypass, if you ain't holdin, I dash, yo.
Men. Fashion icons. Men. Men who have worn button-down shirts for almost 2000 years. Men who were born wearing charity run promotional t-shirts and Heineken boxers. These are the men that have opinions on the outfits I choose to wear. According to this article on the HuffPost, these men—decked out in basketball shorts though they have not run for years—realllllly hate our clothing. They also believe that we need to hear about it. Oh! OH! Thank you, Oh Lord in And1 Sweatshirt From HS! I greatly appreciate the advice! I only dress solely for you and old people, who seem to be the most vocal about my dresses! Still, in the words of “CARRIE BRADSHAW” it got me to thinking. I’d like to explain myself. I don’t want you to think I don’t love you guys and need to look like a constant walking fuck machine for you! So I’ve come up with a counter-list, explaining why I wear the crazy trends I do: