Despite the fact that their new album is entitled, Shoot To Kill, the G-Unit foursome of 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck and Tony Yayo want to make sure the ladies pick up their copy on December 18th. What does that entail? Taking their turns explaining that they “don’t love these hoes,” the song features an underlying message: they make us feel good. While the subject matter may be recycled and the end result hypocritical, where else can you hear Tony Yayo call a woman “Miss”?
Written by DJ Z on 11/4/07
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