What does “Slime” mean?

What does "Slime" mean?

What do rappers mean by “Slime”?

N.O.R.E. coined the slang “Slime.”

The slang and term “Slime” is a noun and was popularized in New York circa 2010 by Vado. Vado used the “Slime” slang on the title of five of his albums and in a lot of his lyrics. However, Vado credits New York rapper N.O.R.E. as the originator of the slang.

Slime has since been re-popularized in Atlanta by Young Thug and his YSL crew.

Slime is slang for friend, brother, mate, homie, son and other similar terms.

N.O.R.E. used the slang in a tweet in 2009, claiming it was his slang.

The term and slang “Slime” has been used by Gunna, N.O.R.E., Drake, Lil Uzi Vert, Playboy Carti, YNW Melly, NBA Youngboy and many more rappers.

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