I would like to make the case that the poet in question (French Montana) is in fact worried about "something". "Nigga I ain't worried about nothing." is a classic case of double negatives. If he ain't worried about nothing, then he must in fact be worried about something. The fact that he repeats it several times emphasis my case that he must be indeed be very, very worried about something. Ahhhhhhhhhhh.
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Great point. Social signals are important and it would take an entire video to explain why. You are very right. Thanks for the comment.
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Samson and Delilah, Adam and Eve, The Governator and his Maid are not examples of women being greater than men, but men being weaker than their penises. On another note you don’t have to crucify the white girl at 0:28. I thought this was (Girls) Run The World not (Some Girls) Run The World. Regardless, I’m sure the gents don’t mind taking her off your hands. She can play for our team.