I'm a Go and Get My...

Album: Back on My B.S. (2009)
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  • Busta told HipHop.com the story behind this song: "We was in Miami at a South Beach club called Privee. They had a long VIP area, and at the end there's a DJ booth and a long row of tables on either side. By the DJ booth is where the people who spend the most money are put, because it's away from all the people who're walking past. It's a little darker, cool, sexy. They had some guys who looked like stockbrokers, and, long story short, there was this young guy, 24, 25, with a real clean suit on, looked like they brokered a great deal and were in there celebratin'. A couple thugs came through the VIP section and wanted to sit at the table, but this guy wasn't movin' - he came early and was spendin' money. The thug started makin' a scene, and he was disruptin' the energy - everybody was having a good time before he came and the whole VIP had a problem with the kid. And five minutes in, the 24-year-old dude twisted this guy like a Rubik's Cube configuration - I guess he knew some martial arts s--t. His boys had to help him up. The bottom line is the guy who didn't look dangerous was the most dangerous. Anyway, the thug gets up and he's like, 'I'mma sue this club! Where my earring at?' And as he's leavin' he says, 'I'mma go get my gun!' But he ain't come back. So I made this song for all the bigmouths."
  • This features the American comedian and actor Mike Epps.


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