If the step-by-step enchiridion to cooking crack and prosperity in the drug game of Ghetto D by the Miller brothers has taught me any sort of lesson in life, it's that patience and knowing how to fully utilise your tools at hand are the key components to achieving one's goals; thus, my long-held fantasy of being accepted into the No Limit Soldier brotherhood is finally becoming a reality thanks to this internet shit judging by these 2 posts from Lil' Romeo's Twitter account yesterday :
Essentially, Romeo linking my P Miller clothing advert post is the inverse-cyber version of Louis Theroux's "thanks a lot, whooty" response to Master P calling him whoadie as they were about to part ways in the gangsta-rap episode of Weird Weekends. I'm way better at basketball than Louis, but, much like him, I'm a 6'2 white bro with the heart required to be a soldier, whooty :
This also might be a good opportunity to touch upon that Soulja Boy racism melee on Facebook over the weekend since it was quickly lost to the rapid turnover of RSS feeds and ultimately overshadowed by the far less interesting news story about the continuing beef he and DeShawn Stevenson have with Lebron James and Jay-Z; peckerwoods tryna do you like King, B :
Word around town, he got F.O.I shooters in the pocket; word around town, bitch, he gonna hit racist ass whiteboy faggots with the rocket *KABOOM!*. J-Zone already outlined why the proposed Soulja Boy remake of Juice isn't feasible in 2011, but he can still channel the spirit of Bishop by updating that era's most vehemently anti-white ppl rap songs in the DeAndre way. Cover versions of When You See A Devil Smash Him by Lakim Shabazz, Buck Tha Devil by Da Lench Mob, Cave Bitch by Ice Cube and The Devil Made Me Do It by Paris are gonna be a necessity for this new cracka-ass-cracka hating Afrocentric chapter of Soulja Boy's continuing metamorphosis into the last 32 years of recorded rap music condensed down into human form.