'i' Please read our Comment Policy before commenting. to view the video gallery, or Peep the funniest (and PETTIEST) “whew chile, the ghetto” tweets on the flip. Wide-Mouth Cat Goes ":| :O :| :O" In Lip Syncs and Memes, Twitter Memers Message To Voters: 'DO NOT Worry About Biden's Tax Plans', TikTokers Who Look Like Celebrities Are Finding Their Perfect Other Half Through Duets, This Extra Veiny Driver Has Been Running Things Over For Three Years Now, Election Night Ends Pretty Much As Expected: With No Clear Victor And Lots Of Anxiety For Both Candidates, The Real Housewives Of Atlanta Season 6 Episode 4, Glenn Greenwald's Resignation From The Intercept, Concordia University of Michigan "CUM" Merchandise. ", [1] BravoTV – The Real Housewives Of Atlanta Season 6 Episode 4. As for example, If you know your best friend is cheating on his girlfriend, the information is very intense. Supposedly, trends are the backbone of the social media. For example, If someone is giving wrong information but is very confidence about it, it surely becomes a joke. Dec 11, 2019 at 12:15PM EST There’s a lot of information just hanging on Twitter. We've joined the BHM Digital family of websites and have updated our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. At some point, we have to celebrate very rich and famous RHOA star NeNe Leakes for her undeniable contributions to pop culture that now include the classic catchphrase “whew chile, the ghetto” currently fueling a hilarious tweet wave across the internet. By continuing to use this site, you agree to our updated Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. ##foryou ##fyp ##levelup ##whewchile.

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'v' Press Bossip Comment Policy And most of the users replied with a dissapointing note that they couldn’t figure out what actually it meant. The users on twitter seemingly used the term, Whew Chile. The videos, which became popular in December 2019, used a Real Housewives of Atlanta sound clip.

There are no comments currently available. Whew Chile, after all we are in lockdown. As in twitter, this word is used according to it’s actual meaning. But many think white TikTok users calling things “ghetto” is racially insensitive. There are many videos made upon it, several twitter comments and social media engagements made the word so popular. On December 9th, TikTok user @realliamsilk gained over 630,500 likes in two days with their use of the sound clip (shown below, left). Social media is only interesting if there’s something trending on it. I wish I was a scholar like him” if you see someone who knows stuff here and there. Now if you have the adequate evidence to prove the claim at one hand and the claim is intense on the other hand, you can use Whew Chile. Whew Chile The Ghetto is a series of TikTok videos in which users describe things using the often offensive term "ghetto" which, as an adjective, means cheap or inferior. “whew chile… the ghetto.” https://t.co/UOgnx7JuUO, — Veronica (@vipmeetsworld) June 16, 2018.

The best Whew memes and images of June 2020. pic.twitter.com/6rSolGgJdz, — You fucked my bartender (@_KJCRAY) May 13, 2018.

Besides, it is also used as a joke or meme. 'r' Besides, it is also used as a joke or meme. With Tenor, maker of GIF Keyboard, add popular Whew Chile animated GIFs to your conversations. Digital Archaeologist & Treasurer & Media Bus Boy. Or it can be also presumed as having an intense information on something. to view the image gallery, That same day, TikTok user @sarahmagusara gained over 1.1 million likes in a day for her variation (shown below, right). The next day, The Daily Dot[2] published an article on the memes saying, "It appears that most of these TikToks are meant to be lighthearted in nature, and users are poking fun at their younger selves for their judgments.