"You can't ever tell me that they wrote my raps", he says, by way of introducing a song that uses an instrumental of Drake and The Game's "100".
Insert a bunch of 100 emojis here.
Any worries about the story being diluted by censors look pretty damn unfounded.
Trying to pick up girls at "Pester Square" wasn't as glamorous as you'd think.
Ken Hoisky insists he didn't mean to advocate sexual assault.
How to avoid getting caught in a mind trap by a muttering psychopath with terrible shoes.
Young Jeezy may not have the metaphors of Jay-Z or the output of Lil Wayne, but what he does have is the best voice in rap coupled with the charisma of a Southern preacher running a used-car lot.
"If I lose my voice, nigga, I'ma flow online" - Jadakiss