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He had asked me to get on “Poetic Justice,” and again I was like, “Oh, ‘Poetic Justice.‘” It’s a great song, but it’s the typical, you know, “I’m going to be on the soft girls song on the album.” So it was like, “Let me give you some shit.” album, but it was ultimately not included because it didn’t fit with the LP’s narrative.

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