Who Is King L?

Slang

King L: “The slang comes from different areas in the land that fuck with each other. Some of it might be from the Eastside, some shit be from the Low End. Some of us call females cap. Some call them thots.

"You might have a chick over at your crib, your guy will call you and say, ‘You got some P.C. over there?’—that’s personal cap. That’s just cap for you. You can also have community cap, though. That’s cap for the entire crew. [Laughs.]

“You’ve got pidd—that’s something the little kids say. But that shit was so funny to me, that I made a song called ‘#PiDD.’ That means point, blank, pidd. Pidd is period. It’s some clown shit. It ends a sentence.

 

You might have a chick over at your crib, your guy will call you and say, ‘You got some P.C. over there?’—that’s personal cap. That’s just cap for you. You can also have community cap, though. That’s cap for the entire crew. [Laughs.]

 

“Then there’s Drill. Drill can mean a lot of different things. R.I.P. to Pac Man, he invented the term. Anything can be a drill—you about to have sex? That’s a drill. You going out to the club to pop bottles and get hot thots? That’s a drill as well. It’s an action.

“M.U.B.U.—that’s my world. It means Man Up Band Up. That’s being a man about yours and getting your money. Thoink—the little G’s say that. GBE [Chief Keef’s crew] came up with that, and it means weed. D-Block is something me and my camp say—it means your johnson.

"There’s so much, and it’s catching on out here. Also, you’ll hear guys putting ‘ito’ on the end of things. I be high, tweaking, and thinking I can speak Spanish, so I’ll just throw an ‘ito’ on the end of something like, ‘Yo, roll up that dopito.’

“B.R.O.K.E. is another thing I came up with. We don’t say broke meaning broke in the normal sense. We say our crew is broke everyday, but it means ‘Ballin’ Reckless On Kids Everyday.’ You can be broke with a lot of money. I came up with being in the studio with my homie Joey who always has those c-notes. [Laughs.] He broke, but ain’t never broke.”

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