It was used in one of Mase's lines in "Mo Money Mo Problems" by Notorious B.I.G. Not Diddy's
I have no clue as to what it may mean, but when I heard the line, I immediately thought drugs. Then my brother said that he thought it meant like.. jewels. I don't know.
I just thought it was silly to have a definition up that just said "Puff Daddy's a dumbass", basically.
Now, who's hot who not. Tell me who rock, who sell out in stores. You tell me who flopped who copped the blue drop. Whose jewels got robbed?
by Emy1337 December 25, 2007
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From Notorious B.I.G.'s 1997 hit, Mo Money Mo Problems. Said by a rapper named Mase (not Diddy), is part of the line "You tell me who flopped? Who copped the blue drop?" Commonly misconceived as meaning some type of drug, Mase means that his album didn't flop, and he is a better rapper because he has an expensive blue convertible.
Mase:"You tell me who flopped? Who copped the blue drop?"
by IAmTaylorGang July 13, 2011
Used in the Notorious B.I.G song, "Mo' Money, Mo' Problems." The use of the phrase in the song is fairly ambiguous, but by reading the definitions on Urban Dictionary for drop, one can reasonably assume he is speaking of a blue vehicle - either a drop-top or a low-rider.
Me and Shorty been to the Cadillac dealer, we droppin' 30 Gs on a new blue drop. Best hope my jewels di'n't get robbed!
by ABassLineLow April 23, 2011
Used in that "Mo Money Mo Problems" by Notorious B.I.G. Although I am not sure I think he is referring to "Blue Label" Johnny Walker. Its an expensive whiskey. It goes from $350 a bottle to $3500; depending on the edition.
I pulled out the blue drop when kanye came to party.
by emi_ly April 19, 2008
Used in a song by Puff Daddy or P. Diddy or whatever his name is now, Sean Combs, I have know idea what it means, it is a drug reference of some sort but no one knows the meaning, I think Puffy made it up to sound cool or make something rhyme
"Who cop the blue drop?"
by Jack Walsh December 22, 2006
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