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Album: SremmLife (2015)
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Songfacts®:

  • Rae Sremmurd's Slim Jimmy commented to Complex magazine: "This is pretty much everything everybody in America wants to say to their ex. Everybody wants take a s--t on they ex-bitch."
  • Swae Lee recalled the story of the song: "We made that song with Mike WiLL, we were in his car actually in his S6 like, 'My S6, I'm riding in my S6.' [Singing together] But what we were like, 'What about our ex bitch? My ex bitch I'm shinin on my ex bitch.' I had about two serious relationships with girls.​ But at the end we're rolling stones. Jimmy was in love. I was in love probably like 'two times.'"
  • Young Chop supplied the beat. The Chicago producer's other credits include DJ Khaled's "Suffering From Success," Big Sean's "Guap" and Chief Keef's "Love Sosa."

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