How much fun is selling cocaine if you can't refer to it as your favorite white woman? No fun, that's how much. Rappers have been using caucasian females as metaphors for hard white for years, though Young Jeezy popularized it after the release of his epic "White Girl" record in 2007. Since then, it's become a norm, and the trend has yet to fade away. Rick Ross even made it non-gender specific last year when he claimed he "had that Justin Bieber, please believe it" on Meek Mill's "Believe It". But for the sake of brevity, we'll keep it to ladies only today. Here's 15 White Women Used as Metaphors for Coke in Rap Lyrics.
"You know we keep that white girl, Christina Aguilera/ My jewelry too loud, baby girl I can't hear ya."
"I'm riding Murcielago, I parked the Gallardo/I got that off white, call it Nelly Furtado."
"“I go that white girl, that Lindsay Lohan, And all you gotta do is ask Lindsay Lohan”
"Not too many options when you coming from the projects/ Sittin' in the trap, now you moving Cyndi Lauper"
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"My nigga moved so much Britney Spears, they gave that boy Kevin Fed time."
"So I sold weed and crack, merged the business/ That white girl helped a nigga, Fergalicious."
"Tunechi, Tunechi tote the toolie, fuck around and pop ya/ My homies got that white girl, call it Lady Gaga."
"Smoke Presidental, Obama/ Got a bald head, got a skinhead, that white girl, Sinead O'Connor"
"It's Lil Tune, what up doe?/ I'm talking white girl, Marilyn Monroe."
"We got that white girl nigga, Sheila E/ Diplomats we the eagle, we finna be greater than the Beatles"
"I got a bad bitch in my Chevy/ Selling Miley Cyrus in my brand new Monte Carlo / I got that Justin Bieber, please believe it/ A quarter million hangin' on my collar"
"And ain't no broke niggas coming to my house/ Got that white girl call her Amy Winehouse"
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"Gotta find ways that we all could eat/ So we move that white girl like Dawson's Creek"