Fat Joe

I Won't Tell The Elephant in the Room
You can assume already without being told that the people I am referring to make it their custom to purchase alcohol by the bottle when they go to the bar or club--an expensive way to buy drinks and a symbol of wealth and status.
N.Evildoer
Ain't Sayin' Nothin' (Remix) The Elephant in the Room
He has a pocket full of $100 bills. Benjamin Franklin is on the front of all $100 bills
gurper707
Breathe and Stop Me, Myself & I
Probably that he is often found in the kitchen cooking drugs, or that he is often found stoned in the kitchen cooking munchies, i.e. top ramen noodles. :)
gurper707
Make It Rain Me, Myself & I
Saying that he has a lot of money and is therefor "rainin game"
gurper707
I Won't Tell The Elephant in the Room
ghost riding is getting out of your car while it's moving; it started in Oakland
thekarmacrip
Ain't Sayin' Nothin' (Remix) The Elephant in the Room
sick means cool and impressive (possibly derived from something so surprising it makes you sick to your stomach). so, having a flow (rapping ability - words flowing out of your mouth) sicker than SARS (Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome) is very sick/good
bill
Ain't Sayin' Nothin' (Remix) The Elephant in the Room
diamonds are called "ice" because they resemble ice cubes, so my diamond necklace contains such large diamonds and is so valuable that my neck is as cold as a penguin's neck
bill
Ain't Sayin' Nothin' (Remix) The Elephant in the Room
Hulk Hogan was a wrestler in the WWF who would spin his hand three times before holding it by his ear to listen to the crowd cheering. this is like saying you're doing that move to hear peoples' complaints, yet they are silent and have nothing bad to say.
bill
Ain't Sayin' Nothin' (Remix) The Elephant in the Room
my focus is on getting chips (another word for money since poker chips in a casino can be exchanged for cash) - "get my Ruffles" is a funny slang comparison: just like Ruffles potato chips are easy to get, so are monetary chips
bill
Make It Rain Me, Myself & I
here we have an explanation of a self proclaimed "drug lord"...powder is the reference cocaine since it is white like baby powder... and the mention of kids is simply him "schooling" or teaching the fact that he deals cocaine and is the best at it~
heatherleigh