“Chef” slant rhymes with “Pimp”, right?

Adapted from the Academy Award Winning Song “It’s Hard out Here for a Pimp” written by Paul Beauregard, Cedric Coleman, Earl Patrick Houston, Jordan Houston and Ludacris. The term “Chef”loosely adapted from blogger/amateur/kind of cook.

You know it’s hard out here for a Chef (you ain’t knowin’)

When she tryin to get money for this rent (you ain’t knowin’)

For the truffle oil and food money spent (you ain’t knowin’)

Because a whole lot of b*tches talking sh*t (you ain’t knowin’)

 

In my eyes I done seen some crazy thangs in the kitchen

Got a couple burners workin’ on the changes for me

But I gotta keep my game tight like Bobby Flay on game night

Like taking from a >>> that don’t know better, that ain’t right.

 

You know it’s hard out here for a Chef (you ain’t knowin’)

When she tryin to get money for this rent (you ain’t knowin’)

For the truffle oil and food money spent (you ain’t knowin’)

Because a whole lot of b*tches talking sh*t (you ain’t knowin’)

 

There is absolutely no reason that I should continue this. Or even post it in the first place. Oh well… “POST”.

 

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