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Metta World Peace Drops Super Unsanitary New Single 'Blood in My Gatorade'

BOSTON, MA - FEBRUARY 7: Metta World Peace #15 of the Los Angeles Lakers folds his hands over his head following a change in possession against the Boston Celtics during the game on February 7, 2013 at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)
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Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterApril 10, 2013

Yeah, I would pass on taking sips from Metta World Peace's Gatorade bottle. 

The Lakers' resident class clown has a new track, and it serves as more of a warning to those who might steal his refreshing sports drink than anything. 

Here is "Blood in My Gatorade," an anthem we hope the sports drink company uses for their next commercial. 

A tip of the hat to HipHop DX for spotting this wonderful ode to tainted beverages and reporting that the song also features Prodigy, a fellow Queens native, as well as Hunna, Rain Bisou and James The Guitarist (which is an apt name for anyone named James who plays a guitar).

Thanks to Sweets Lyrics, we can really sit back and take in every last drop of these delicious lyrics. 

Blood in my Gatorade, I was raised different
I said blood in my Gatorade, I was raised different
I said blood in my Gatorade, I was raised different
I said blood in my Gatorade, I was raised different

I will assume that World Peace is saying that he works so hard that he not only sweats but bleeds. While you lazy oafs are busy sweating during pilates, MWP is bleeding all over the place. In fact, you might want to clear the area. 

Then again, he might be rapping about a Gatorade bottle that needs to be returned to the local 7-11. 

Always move forward, never back up
Stay hustling, blood in my water cup 
Blood in my Gatorade, yeah, drink it up
We adapt to survive, clap at it, call it eye for an eye
This is a very strange life, people wanna know why I act like that

Like a meal at Denny's, it's really hard to single out the best part of this tasty dish. I might as well go with the section above, where World Peace mentions that he has issues with his water cup. 

Fortunately, he concludes with the only lyric that makes sense and really should be the title of his autobiography at some point, "This is a very strange life."

As far as we're concerned, World Peace can go ahead and rap about anything being in his Gatorade, because he proved he is indeed one of the hardest-working players in the NBA

On Tuesday night, the Lakers star returned to the court just 12 days after tearing a meniscus in his left knee, via USA Today. If you are wondering how World Peace healed as quickly as Wolverine, just ask his cat. 

Rather, you have to be sexier than his cat, or so sexy that you befuddle his feline friend. Actually, I have no idea what his rehabilitation regimen consists of, and I don't want to. 

All I know is there is a grand circus taking place in his head, and I'm a little jealous I wasn't invited. 

 

Hit me up on Twitter for more WTF from MWP. 

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