At this point it's all opinion of course, but if someone in real life said they were going to 'bust caps' or 'pop off' I would give them the same look i gave the dude who said 'blast toys'. Now, I'm not hoodied down in the streets or some shit, but just from being a part of the drug dealing culture one picks up on shit like gun slang after awhile. Math Hoffa vs. Aye Verb, for instance: Math Hoffa says, 'I ride tho, four-five fire for five foes (I believe)'. Now, the reason this line is cool to me (besides the scheme being bonkers) is that when he says, 'four five fire for five foes' they all sound like the same two words (fo' fi' fi' fo' fi' fo'). I thought this line was ill, even thought it isn't at all natural to say, "Yeah, I came back on those foes with the four five fire the other day". In the first round of the same battle he said, "Aye becomes gay when a G is in front of him". Generally, people don't refer to the type of cowardly, non-masculine behavior Math was talking about as gayness, they'd call him a pussy or something. Still awesome wordplay even though being afraid of gangsters doesn't make one gay. "You'll never put a hole in one without the balls, verb." That's a natural way to say someone wouldn't shoot someone because they're too scared? There are places in battle rap where I find someone's sentence structure cringeworthy because it was obvious they couldn't make sense and rhyme at the same time, but that's usually Xmen monster named as logan shit.