Wale wrestles with gold diggers on an anti-Valentine’s Day anthem.
Love is in the air, but the feeling isn’t unanimous. Lovelorn rapper Wale seems to be nursing a few wounds of the emotional variety, taking to the booth for solace. The result is “All Star Break Up”, which collides the seemingly disparate subjects of relationships and NBA All Star Weekend with surprisingly efficacy. “I don’t believe in Valentine’s,” chants Wale, letting the pessimism flow through him like the dark side of the force. It’s no wonder, as his sordid tale culminates in being dumped in favor of court-side seats at the All-Star game.
“She says maybe I’ll see you Monday, thanks for this box of chocolates, and roses you hold before me,” croons Wale, “but court seats could get me 40,000 likes on my IG, someone I like just invited me, plus I’m not even wifey, slus you 5’9, he’s a giant.” Never fret, Wale, for sliding into Tomi Lahren’s DM’s is always a suitable plan B.
If my pride was aside, I probably would text you first
But, If you could die from a broken heart you would drive a hearse
Cause, every guy that has ever found you attractive and acted on it
Back pedals much after that’s when you’ve shown your worth