Rapper, videographer and producer Mac Lethal did a social experiment where he had three grandparents smoke weed and then listen to trap music. And the reactions of these old bags were rather surprising.
The participants were Jimmie, who is 74-years-old, Doug is 75, and Deborah is a spry 63-years-young. The old geezers apparently smoked some cannabis and then listened to three trap songs, “Flex” by Rich Homie Quan, “Used To” by 2 Chainz and “Trap Queen” by Fetty Wap.
Deborah is a real goer! First she takes a big ole puff and says, “Much stronger than what I remember. This is real sweet stuff.” No shit, the last time you had marijuana it was being sold by a traveling salesman who offered “magic elixirs” from the back of his horse-drawn carriage.
When asked what she believes Rich Homie Quan’s name means, she said, “He’s a rich guy. And a Quan, I’m guessing is the country he’s from. I think a homie is a penis,” states Deborah.
Then when this feisty old nana is asked what the meaning of “Used To” by 2 Chainz she says, “If I understood the lyrics right, it’s difficult to do that when you have a dick in you.” Later Deborah says she would be Fetty Wap’s trap queen. Bravo Deborah!
Lastly, the old folks ditched their Frank Sinatra and listened to Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen.” Deborah immediately questions, “What kind of mother would name her child ‘Fetty Wap?'”
“Well I didn’t know if he was speaking English at first, says Jimmie. “I thought it was Jamaican dialect or something.”
Doug has an astute observation and theory about “Trap Queen.” He postulates that the trap queen in the song is referring to Queen Caroline of Ansbach, who was the Queen of Great Britain and the wife of King George II from 1727 to 1737. Fuck! Mac Lethal gave these poor old people some real hard Mary Jane and now they’re stoned out of their goddamn minds.