Lul G may be the weakest link in a rap group with no veritable sore spots, that says a lot about the profundity of their music. The strategy of allowing the four members their individual shine has in turn, helped forge their group identity. As commercial hip hop's lone (seemingly) purveyor of Vallejo reality rap, Lul G and his cohorts take their responsibilities quite seriously.
On "Get Off Yo Ass," Lul G strikes a menacing pose, much like his brother DaBoii. YouTube users rudely suggested DaBoii is responsible for ghostwriting Lul G's lyrics, since they bear a striking resemblance in delivery, but that just goes to tell you how fickle the Internet has become. One day they lift you on achair, the next a cold bucket is dumped over your head. Lul G's babyface certainly plays into the Internet's reductionist theory. Dont sleep on Lul G or SOB x RBE for that matter.
It's a war every day so I ain't sparing shit.
How you say you play the post?
You ain't got no stick.
Twisted on your bih and busted on her lip.
Safe from suckers, but this sucker got you kissing d*ck