Piggy Bank

Album: The Massacre (2005)
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  • This was the first song completed for The Massacre. 50 Cent's previous album he made over $87 million, which was the inspiration for this song. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Jack - Guildford, England
  • In this video, 50 disses The Game, Fat Joe and Ja rule. He shows The Game as Mr. Potato Head, Fat Joe as a boxer receiving a knockout and Ja Rule as a kid in a Superman costume chasing an ice-cream van. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Joe - Sheffield, England

Comments: 3

  • Jason from Los Angeles, CaActually, the guy chasing the ice cream truck in the video is not Ja Rule. It is supposed to be Nas. He is chasing a truck with "MilkShake" on the side, referencing his marriage to Kelis.
  • Rap Aint Crap from Ny, Nydis song is ok
  • Layne from New York, Nythis is da best song on earth.well after 2pac's Hail Mary, still its a really good song
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