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It has some humorous parts to it, for example: "I've got this young chick, she's so immature, she's like 'why you don't buy me Rebox no more?' She like to show out in public, throw tantrums on the floor. Gotta throw her a couple dollars just to shut up her holla." And this other part, 'I've got this African chick with Eddie Murphy on her skull, she like "Jigga man, why you treat me like animal?" I'm like, "'Scuse me Miss Fufu, but when I met your @ss, you was dead broke and naked, now you wantin' half!"' I guess you have to hear the song to find it funny...
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By the time this song is finished, you've figured out that Jay-Z likes girls, girls, girls, girls, girls, girls...
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This song has a nice heavy beat, but honestly, I don't like this song very much. Whenever i come across it, I press 'skip'. It's very repetitive. And it's just another song about how great he is...
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