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Soulja Slim & B.G. "It's on Now"

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  • tharealest561tharealest561 Posts: 1,859 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Slim knew his time was coming...

    Dude would always say "he's well overdue"

    R.I.P. to the dude.

    I remember having a real convo with dude at the gas station Lol, I think I told the story on here before..

    I think Slim had about 3 or 4 hits over his head at the time if I can recall.

    I know when he got out of jail in 2001, he lay low in Zachary (area outside of Baton Rouge) but that shit got old real quick and he moved back to the city

    Lol I do remember reading that. You said he was trippin cause P had him out in BR and he was tryna get back to Tha Nolia or something..

    I'm screaming out murder me and I'm vest up...

    Magnolia Slim gotta be the realest, to me, to ever put it down on wax. C-Murder just as real but Slim's narratives and way of putting his life to wax was unparalleled.

    C-Murder x Boosie Bad Azz NEW ALBUM "Penitentiary Chances" April 15, 2016
    Knock_TwiceTsotsi Cape Townjee504Intelligent_Hoodlum
  • Intelligent_Hoodlum Intelligent_Hoodlum Posts: 1,604 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Slim knew his time was coming...

    Dude would always say "he's well overdue"

    R.I.P. to the dude.

    I remember having a real convo with dude at the gas station Lol, I think I told the story on here before..

    I think Slim had about 3 or 4 hits over his head at the time if I can recall.

    I know when he got out of jail in 2001, he lay low in Zachary (area outside of Baton Rouge) but that shit got old real quick and he moved back to the city

    Lol I do remember reading that. You said he was trippin cause P had him out in BR and he was tryna get back to Tha Nolia or something..

    I'm screaming out murder me and I'm vest up...

    Magnolia Slim gotta be the realest, to me, to ever put it down on wax. C-Murder just as real but Slim's narratives and way of putting his life to wax was unparalleled.


    Yea,

    Ran up on the nigga while he was sitting in his truck at the gas station trying to sale him some CDs, (I didn't know that was him) that was my first and last time running up on somebody like that Lol, That's when he had that Cadillac truck with the alloys on 22s.

    Yea he was trying to get back to the city and P wanted him to finish that album and lay low since he had just got out of jail, which why he said he was out there in Zachary, the whitest area at the time in outside of B.R. LMAO, but we chopped it up real smooth and I didn't even know the nigga Lol, that's how open and cool dude was.

    He made mentioned about that in one of his song, I can't remember the song though.

    Drive by white folks, show every gold I got, smoking on that sticky icky"

    It was nothing but white folks in that area at the time, sprinkled in a few blacks but mainly whites, I know that nigga was losing his mind out there LOL.

    R.I.P slim mane..

    I miss that dude

  • uncommonsenseuncommonsense Posts: 475 ✭✭✭✭
    Ran up on the nigga while he was sitting in his truck at the gas station trying to sale him some CDs, (I didn't know that was him) that was my first and last time running up on somebody like that Lol,

    I'm glad you here to tell that story and learned from ya' mistake Brotha'. That's not something you want to do with the average nigga much less somebody like Slim was.
    Third Coast Born..That means we TX raised
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