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Mo tea is short for mo tea sir. This phrase started as far back as prior to the Civil War Era when African Americans primarily worked as servants. When they asked their male employers and guests if they would like to have any more tea , it came out sounding like mo tea or mo tea suh. Present day it is used as a racially insensitive reference.
The African American waitress was offended when Jim asked if he could have some mo tea

A drink called The Mo Tee was taken off of the bar's menu

mo tea mo tea mo tea
by MsGee November 28, 2013