adjective meaning "Over Gold"
Taken from the movie "I'm Gonna Git You Sucka" - a 1988 film spoof by (and starring) Keenen Ivory Wayans.
Jack Spade (Keenen) returns from the Army to his old neighborhood following the death of his brother, Junebug. The police determine Junebug's death to be the result of an "O.G.", or "Over Gold" — the victim has overdosed on gold chains.
(excerpt from the movie - set at a crime scene)
Lieutenant: "So, what do you got for me?"
Officer: "John Doe, between 25 and 30 years of age, cause of death looks like "O.G.""
Lieutenant: "Over Gold!"
Lieutenant: "Any signs of foul play around here?"
Officer: "No sir, looks like a case of just too many gold chains"
someone who has been around, old school gangster
O G means original gangsta
those tru gangstas from way back in the day that jacked ya and left nothing but you boxers and socks
Biggie and tupac were both OG's
original gangster. Being, or being related to the stereotypical 1970's gangster's lifestyle
OG Loc, Keepin it Gangsta!
o.g. : original gangsta
a retired gangster who sits on the porch in the ghetto and preaches to the youngsters.
the o.g. showed me how to keep my own.
Jay-Z's imaginary friend.
Catch me at the X with OG at a Yankee game.
An Original Gangsta or Original Gangster.
Yo, What up OG? What's good in tha hood?
the original gangsterz from the hood way back.
NOT GAME, 50 CENT OR G-UNIT.
OG is refering to the pioneers of gangster rap who were in it since the beginning such as Dr Dre, Ice Cube and the late Eazy-E (RIP)
"I stab it like a true no good nigga
should,I do it the way a down OG nigga would" - Eazy E; "still a nigga"