Notable Quotable: “As much business as we giving this Rolls Royce lot and this Cadillac lot and the BMW lot, what is you mad about? We all living behind big gates, big ol’ houses, having big jewels and getting paid to party. We get paid to party! What is y’all mad about, man?”
Pimp promoted unity for the most part, especially below the Mason-Dixon line where he helped craft his identity. Upon leaving prison, there was rising sense of animosity circulating amongst the South (headlined by the T.I./Flip beef). Knowing this, Pimp C wanted to dead it all. He saw where the money was and it damn sure wasn’t with taking shots against one another on wax.
Like he proposed here – and then on “Knockin’ Doors Down” – if it was really that serious, put on some boxing gloves and he’d have some cranberry juice and watch them handle their differences in the ring. He was right though. Rappers get paid to party? Unless someone really disrespected your family and/or threatened your life, “what is y’all mad about man?”
Sidenote: Everything said about the “yes man” epidemic and the importance of family was the gospel.