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YG – Suu Whoop (Official Music Video)

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YG’s “Suu Whoop” is available everywhere: https://YG.lnk.to/SuuWhoop

New Album “Stay Dangerous” coming soon.

Music video by YG performing Suu Whoop. © 2018 Def Jam Recordings, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

Lyrics:

I’m from West Side Bompton Tree (suu whoop)

Fuck all the fake Bloods and the enemies (suu whoo-suu whoop)

YG 4Hunnid chunkin’ big P’s

Niggas went quiet, then Mustard did the beat

Suu whoop, my coupe, suu whoop, suu whoop

Suu whoop, my bitch, put red on her shoes

Suu whoop ’til I die, no lie, that’s truth

Suu whoop, gang ties, bullet wounds, that’s proof

Suu whoop gang or don’t bang (suu whoo-suu whoop, bang)

You ain’t got a pistol, don’t hang (suu whoo-suu whoop, don’t hang)

I ain’t scared, nigga, I’m brazy (suu whoo-suu whoop, I’m brazy)

YG a rapper and he full-fledged bang (bang)

Suu whoop my rag (rag,) I’m suu whoop when I’m mad (mad)

“YG don’t you got a daughter?” Yeah, I’m a gangbangin’-ass dad (dad)

Big B, Gucci bag (bag,) blue hundreds in my bag (my bag)

“YG how you feel about the hundreds bein’ blue”

Nigga, I ain’t mad

The Crips know I’m with this Blood shit

Need a Piru and that’s Blood, bitch

Always down with this thug shit

She get fly, she suck dick

Pull up Bentley, mean muggin’ (muggin’)

All daps, she ain’t huggin’

If you a square, you ain’t fuckin’

She love 2Pac, she thuggin’ (she thuggin’, nigga)

“YG, he brazy (brazy)

Grew up off B Brazy (B Brazy)

YG, he paid (paid)

Don’t get in his way (his way)”

.40 on my waist (my waist)

Like I’m tryna go to jail today (today)

Red rubies in my chain (my chain)

Niggas know how much I paid

A lot, on the block, YG be goin’ to the top, to the top, to the top

In a box, never let ’em put a nigga in a box

‘Cause a nigga off the block

YG A.K.A. Big Blood, A.K.A. Big Red Fox (Big Red Fox, nigga)

YG A.K.A. Lil’ Buddha from that 400 block (4Hunnid)

Suu whoop, my coupe, suu whoop, suu whoop

Suu whoop, my bitch, put red on her shoes

Suu whoop ’til I die, no lie, that’s truth

Suu whoop, gang ties, bullet wounds, that’s proof

Suu whoop gang or don’t bang (suu whoo-suu whoop, bang)

You ain’t got a pistol, don’t hang (suu whoo-suu whoop, don’t hang)

I ain’t scared, nigga, I’m brazy (suu whoo-suu whoop, I’m brazy)

YG a rapper and he full-fledged bang (bang)

Bangin’ on these bitch niggas

Bangin’ while I’m rich, nigga

I don’t make no sense, nigga

‘Cause I don’t give no shit, nigga

Come to L.A. and pay rent, nigga

Your bloodshed ain’t lit, nigga

Fuck it, you don’t wanna be a bitch, nigga

You a clown, you IT, nigga

Suu whoopin’ in my songs

My enemies sing my songs

My suu whoopin’ so strong (so strong)

I can’t do no wrong (no wrong)

My whoopin’ can’t be cloned (can’t clone)

I’m berious, I’m bold (I’m bold)

My bitch in a suu whoop robe (my throne)

Take it off, she in a suu whoop thong (her thong)

I ain’t with the pink-haired Blood shit (suu whoop)

I ain’t with the only-at-the-club-Bloodin’ (suu whoo-suu whoop)

My niggas I be with, they known for bustin’ (suu whoo-suu whoop-whoop)

What, who and where? End of discussion

“‘Cause YG, he brazy (brazy)

Grew up off B Brazy (B Brazy)

YG, he paid (paid)

Don’t get in his way (his way)”

.40 on my waist (my waist)

Like I’m tryna go to jail today (today)

Red rubies in my chain (my chain)

Niggas know how much I paid, a lot

Suu whoop, my coupe, suu whoop, suu whoop (suu whoop)

Suu whoop, my bitch, put red on her shoes (suu whoop)

Suu whoop ’til I die, no lie, that’s truth

West Side Tree Top Bompton, nigga, on Bloods

Suu whoop, gang ties, bullet wounds, that’s proof

On Piru, suu whoooooop

Suu whoop gang or don’t bang (suu whoo-suu whoop, bang)

You ain’t got a pistol, don’t hang (suu whoo-suu whoop, don’t hang)

I ain’t scared, nigga, I’m brazy (suu whoo-suu whoop, I’m brazy)

YG a rapper and he full-fledged bang (bang)

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Why 2-Chainz Turned Down Jay-Z During “Watch The Throne” Era.

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The book will not shy away from the recording artists fair deal of controversy including the rapper’s past as a drug dealer and correctional officer, as well as incidents such as his seizures, celebrity feuds, drive-by shootings, and his 2015 arrest on kidnapping and assault charges.

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Pre-order Rick Ross’s New Book Here.

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