Whose Mans Is This?
Whose mans is this? is a slang phrase, used to convey feelings of disapproval in case someone is making a scene in public, doing something irritating or is just being a buzzkill.
It is a sarcastic question used rhetorically to draw the attention of the crowd to the individual who is acting up.
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“Whose mans is this” originates from NYC hood slang, coming from the 2000’s or the late 90’s.
It first appeared on Twitter on April 20th, 2009, in a post by @JeffJSays.
Spread and Usage
The phrase was first defined on Urban Dictionary in 2009.
During the early 2010’s it appeared in several impact-style memes, appearing on sites like 9GAG and Memecrunch.
It Following 2015, the meme appeared in various tweets, as well as Reddit threads.
- Urban Dictionary – Whose mans is this?