Who Shot Me?
by YG

Album: Still Brazy (2016)
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  • Who shot me?
    Motherfucker who shot me?
    I don't know
    Who shot me?
    Motherfucker who shot me?

    I'm like damn
    Did the homies set me up?
    'Cause we ain't really been talking much
    I know that sounds sick
    My thoughts dark as fuck
    Like the barrel of the pistol I saw when he sparked it up
    Prolly was mad as fuck when I walked out the hospital
    Stupid ass motherfuckers
    Thinking they was going to stop gizzle
    Had my pops mad, my momma sad, my sister feel bad
    My lil bro still mad
    Somebody got to pay for that
    My granny's prayers work
    'Cause it could've got worse
    I'm talking pictures on the shirt
    When the shots went off I thought the spot was deserted
    But nah everybody in the spot was just nervous
    I don't like that
    Nah I don't like that we can't go right back
    So many niggas ready to go
    We can go war with Iraq
    They knew the code to my gate
    That was awkward
    Answer this I got a million dollars

    Who shot me?
    Motherfucker who shot me?
    I don't know
    Who shot me?
    Who shot me?
    Motherfucker who shot me?
    Motherfucker who shot me?
    I don't know
    Who shot me?
    Who shot me?

    Maybe 'cause I fucked Jamal bitch
    And I knew if he found out
    Her scary ass was gon' tell him about my hideout
    Yeah they really came to the front door
    But luckily we had something fight it and this 9 out
    Or maybe it was the nigga that I socked out
    When he hit me first I shoulda been knocked out
    All these maybe maybe maybe maybe's
    I'm about to say fuck it and start squeezing without aiming
    I got trust issues if I don't fuck with dude
    My body language gon tell him I don't fuck with you
    I can't sleep at night this shit unbomftable
    Having nightmares of me coming for dude
    Having a hard time putting together two and two
    They was in a brand new truck
    Somebody sent them dudes
    They knew the code to my gate
    That was awkward
    Answer this I got a million dollars

    Who shot me?
    Motherfucker who shot me?
    I don't know who shot me
    Who shot me?
    Motherfucker who shot me?
    Motherfucker who shot me?
    I don't know who shot me
    Who shot me?

    Staring out the window
    Smoking on this indo
    'Cause I don't know who did it
    But I know this
    Bullets don't just go where the wind blows
    So I'm lookin' under my nose
    Hate always comes from up close
    But they can't stand me tho

    Niggas ain't do no damage though
    Nigga bounced up that muthafuckin' hospital
    That same night, walked that shit off
    Like a motherfucker gangsta is supposed to nigga, feel me
    Like my mama asked this nigga
    Like "Boy what's wrong with you nigga?" (Motherfucker shot me)
    Nah mama (All these motherfuckers can stop me)
    Nah mama, just got to walk it off mama
    Who shot me?

    After all the wicked shit I did
    I knew Karma was gon' catch up with a nigga
    (Ay nigga what you doing?)
    Damn, I ain't know it was gon' happen like this
    (Nigga watch out, nigga you ain't coming in here)
    Some nigga really tried to set me up
    I know shit get wicked in the street sometimes
    Like I said "You never know when it might brack off"
    But I guess God has some other plans for me Writer/s: KEENON DAEQUAN JACKSON, PALOMA FORD, SAMUEL AHANA, SAMUEL JEAN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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