In 1994, Biggie Smalls rapped the lines above without a second thought. He was only 22 at the time, and the club, girls, and taking those young women home was the only thing on the mind of the newest rap star out of New York. Except at 22, in August of 1994, Biggie Smalls married Faith Evans. So now we have a conflicting story, is Biggie in the club looking for girls, or is he at home with his wife. Reports say that Smalls wasn't just with Evans and instead was involved with both Lil Kim and Charli Baltimore. Biggie Smalls at 22 didn't respect that sacredness of marriage, and this spilled over into the culture and into kids of today who grew up listening to Big's lyrics from Ready to Die.
In 2013, the Huffington Post announced that the Marriage Rate had declined to an all-time low. The rate was at 31.1 which means out of 1,000 single women from the past year, 31 got married. For perspective, the rate in 1920, was 92.3. Obliviously we can't put the blame all on Biggie here, but the super star status and groupies as a whole has been glamorized in the media for a few decades now, starting with the rise of personal film and the ability for anyone to tape anything which rose in the late 90's and has continued and advanced into the modern day.