The phrase "Wassup Doo!" is really saying "What is up Dude?" but shorter, to simplify it. It can be used by all races and all religious sects as a way to bring all of us together.
when black people want to fight they pull up their pants and say "wassup then"
wassup then nigga ill beatcho ass!
The greeting taught when you take the first course of AP Mexican .
In Spanish 1, you're taught "hola" or "buenos dias."
In French 1, you're taught "Bonjour."
In Chinese 1, you're taught "Ni Hao."
In Japanese 1, you're taught "Konicheewa."
In Latin 1, you're taught "Lorem."
In Mexican 1, you're taught "Orale!"
After experience, in the rigorous course of AP Mexican, you're taught "Wassup Holmes."
Professora Maria: Pablo, how doo you saye the word "Hello" in dees classe's langwage?
Pablo: Wassup Holmes!
A month later...
Pablo: Mommy, Papi, look what I got in AP Mexican!
Mommy and Papi: Oh, Pablo, we're so proud of that A minus!
A way of saying wassup in a cool, un-loser-like fashion. Usually between friends and usually between boys/men. Can also be used between girls that are not extremely feminine or just want to be funny.
Emma: "Wassup bro?"
Emma: "I bet I can beat you in a sword fight."
Julia: " Come at me bro !
An term of agreement.
Zan: Yo, I got a 95% in my Event Management Class!
Orande: Oh Word? I got a 95% too!
Both: THAT'S WASSUP!
Part of a friendly greeting, lit. "What's happening?". Very similar to "Wassup?".
"Yo, 'zapnin' Bro?!". "Yo, wassup?".
Wuts good..Wuts poppin'... Its thu G'd up way of sayin hi, whats goin on
Adrian:Wuts poppin' dawg, wuts good for tonite?
Luis: I don't know playa, let me call these chicks up to see wassup.