Chicken-Fried News: Know-it-all 

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Clippers wunderkind Blake Griffin doesn’t just hit the boards for rebounds; he also recently hit the street with Clevver TV to explain Fetty Wap’s popular song “Trap Queen.”

While others seemed befuddled by the track’s meaning, Griffin posterized the hosts with his encyclopedic knowledge of the drug game. A “trap queen” is the drug dealer’s girlfriend, he explained. And when he “introduced her to my stove,” it means he showed her how to cook up the drugs.

Hosts Jarrett Sleeper and Traci Stumpf seemed amazed that the pride of Oklahoma had all the information about a “bando” (abandoned house used to cook drugs) and “bands” (stacked of money held together by rubber bands) at the ready. Little did they know that Griffin likely spent his childhood trying to decipher OKC’s ubiquitous country music.

She thinks my tractor’s sexy? What does that even mean? Only Blake Griffin knows.

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