As Rico enters Dolphins record store, he says, "I was born in a barrel of butcher knives/Shot in the ass with 2 Colt .45s.." That monologue would be the basis for Rudy Ray Moore's duet with rapper Big Daddy Kane on the track "Big Daddy vs. Dolemite", as featured in Kane's 1990 album "Taste of Chocolate".
Rudy Ray Moore:
I ain't lying, man, people love me. Hey, if you play this song, I guarantee motherfuckers'll start hopping and squirming. When I used to play this record live, motherfuckers would actually faint. They would faint on the floor.
A Visa logo visible in a store front window. In the 1970s, it was the BankAmeriCard.