Main Entry: Af-Fus
Etymology: Latin afussa; perhaps akin to Old German fus
Date: 15th century
1: a living being sacrificed to a crowd, or in the performance of a reggae rite
2: one that is acted on and usu. adversely affected by a DJ or rapper
a (1): one that is injured, destroyed, or sacrificed under any of various conditions due to a misinterpretation on the language
(2): one that is subjected to oppression, hardship, mistreatment or is considered to be “Blind to me” or unseen
<a frequent Affus of musical attacks>
— Af-Fus-hood \-ˌhu̇d\ noun
Unu dem dey a talk, that's true me white like chalk,
Likkle (little) pussy hole bwoy go play they realest card.
Dem holla aye p'wan me yard, that's true me modda(mother) work hard,
Hundred foot ? cause she wan swim in ah the tide.
I'm blind to you ~ Affus