WWTD represents a modernized version of the acronym WWJD, "What would Jesus do?" Its usage has become increasingly popular and has begun to replace WWJD, for many find that the ability to think from the mindset of the young, black male is more relevant in today's world than thinking from the mindset of Jesus.
Jamal made a purchase from a local dealer, but it turns out that the dealer had hustled him. Jamal asks his friend, Paul, to back him up while he confronts the dealer. At this time, Paul asked himself, "WWTD?"
Holly:"I don't know. WWTD?"