"it's like murder she wrote once I get you out of them clothes"

Isn’t it obvious? R. Kelly is a chronophile.

“She had a body like a horse- you know what I mean” - Ol’ Dirty Bastard
No ODB, I do not know what you mean.

You can ride it. Duh.

Perhaps you’re not hanging out with the right girls…

Oh and for what it’s worth, the only rap song I remember being confused about was D4L’s Laffy Taffy. It says, “Shake that Laffy Taffy” which I assumed meant ass- but that makes no sense, as Laffy Taffy is all stretchy and not shaky at all.

I mentioned this to a black friend who laughed and said, “That’s not what that means, little white one.” So, I Googled.

Urban Dictionary:

Ew. Ew. EW. No, D4L, I will not shake my vag lips at you. Sorry.

Then again, this is R. Kelly. His type of girl wasn’t born when “Murder, She Wrote” was on.

Is this the same kind of thing as Kanye’s line “how could you be so Dr. Evil” ? Cause that’s at *least *as dumb.

It has to do with her ass and thighs, also. Big booty + thick thighs = Thoroughbred.

I blame my intake of rap music from a young age for my adult penchant for big asses. Thank you rap music. Thank you.

To all these possible derivations, may I add this? Murder, He Says was a comic WWII-era hit for Betty Hutton about a relationship in which her love interest used to say “murder!” during their intimate moments.

Murder being 1940’s slang for superduper or excellent.

The 40’s were bleak, weren’t they.