originally comes from the idea that the white man can not see the black man's struggle, or perhaps chooses not to see his struggle.
The phrase has been adapted as a statement of toughness to indicate superiority.
"I just spent the last 6 months in county."

"Whatever, you can't see me."
by atlantastudent April 08, 2009

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