Dr. Carter is a song off of "The Carter 3" album by Lil' Wayne. if features unpredictable wordplay and a hidden meaning, showing once and for all the lil' wayne is smarter than what we give him credit for. in this song, he raps three verses with a man theme before each verse. the setting is what sounds like a busy hospital. in the first two verses, it comes across as he is trying to save a single rapper. but the third verse is what brings on the hidden meaning. in the first two verses, he tries to save yet just loses the life that is hip-hop. these verses symbolize his first two albums by the same name, "The Carter" and "The Carter Two", where he couldnt quite take over hip-hop just yet. the third and final verse then goes on to describe him saving the life of hip-hop, the fact that it is the third verse symbolizes the album that is "The Carter Three", which of itself has been raved to be one of the greatest hip-hop albums of all time. thats a little deeper thought for you, isnt it???
this refers to the name that Matt Bailey received in early September of 2009. He goes by Bossman Bailey when he defeats less competent people in bowling by one pin, even though it was only the fourth time the Bossman had played in his life. The Bossman Bailey rules over The Boss and all other Boss-like references
Acronym for MOTHER FUCKERS FOR LIFE! It is used to describe bros that are down with that true ass dope shit. They like to fuck bitches, get money, kill niggas, and yell out expletives at random people.
It is also the name for a band, under the genre of humorous rap.