10 rules for ladies to live by, courtesy of the one-and-only Kash Doll

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DORIAN WILSON
  • Dorian Wilson
Alright ladies, we all know how easy it is to lose sight of what's truly important. 
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Luckily, Detroit's Kash Doll has offered up a handful of rules to live by in one of her latest tracks, a remix to Yo Gotti's "Law (feat. E-40)," — which offers its own rules to live by, BUT THIS ISN'T ABOUT THAT. If you haven't heard the song on your airwaves this summer [tf have you been?], do yourself a favor and listen to it here.   

(Feel free to shout out "that law!" after each one if the spirit moves you.)



1. No basic ass bitches in your clique
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2. Never trust a lame-ass has-been
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3.
Keep it 100 with your crew 
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4. Don’t have no baby by no bum
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5. Never be afraid to get your own and be a boss
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6. You will never be successful if you never take a loss
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7. Don’t fuck nothing that ever fucked your bitch
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8. Don’t ever shit on your day ones
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9. Stay flexing on these bitches in the suburbs and the slums
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10. Don’t them drive you crazy if that motherfucker walkin’

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