No doubt Metro's been funneling his allowance into the RRSP since the lemonade stands. How else could the young pioneer explain his early retirement at the age of twenty-four. Some might say he's living the dream. Others may feel he's simply testing the waters, as faux-retirees like Jay-Z have done prior. Either way, the game has questions. 

Taking to Instagram to break the news, Metro accompanied the announcement with a tried and true Instagram purge. A visit to his page reveals an alarming bio, which reads "Retired record producer/DJ." In addition, Metro also posted an image on his IG story, which seemed to "confirm" the news. It would appear that Metro has decided the game no longer needs his services, and should it indeed be true, we shall lament accordingly. Until then, we shall understand this news to be as well-salted as his snack of choice. 

His legacy will be remembered through his extensive discography, featuring such hits as Future's "Mask Off," Gucci Mane's "Finesse The Plug," Migos' "Bad & Boujee," 21 Savage's "Bank Account," Post Malone's "Congratulations," and Offset's "Ric Flair Drip." In all honesty, it's hard to see this announcement as anything other than a publicity stunt of sorts; though, if it is truly genuine, we hope Metro can find all the rest and relaxation his heart desires. Though it should be understood that the answer does not lie at the bottom of a Lays bag, delightful as the journey may be.