Commonly said from the Howard Stern Show from one of Howard's wack packs, "Crazy Alice." It became a huge fad afterwards and is a common inside joke when said on the show now.
Used to designate friends.
Originally from New Orleans, comes from the word "ward" (as in 9th Ward). Someone who lives in one of the wards is a wardy. Eventually becomes common slang, often used in southern Hip Hop, specifically the members of the now defunct Hot Boys (B.G. a.k.a. B Gizzle, Lil Wayne a.k.a Weezy Wee and Juvenille a.k.a Juve the Great)
Where you at whodi?
"Call your whodis, let em' know i'm a keep ya, till they cough up 60 g's" B Gizzle - Thugged Out
Whodi - slang expression - used to refer to one's friends, aquaintances, or commrades. ALT SPELLINGS - whoudi, whoady, whardi (r is very soft), whardie, woady. SYN: folks, peeps
Whuz up whodi
A slang word used to describe a fellow or friend in New Orleans used by rappers: Master p, Magic, Mystikal, Silkk, and C-Murder all from New Orleans
"Where you at whodi?"
"I’m over here whodi!"
Shorthand for who is this. Commonly used when answering a telephone and the person on the other end is unknown to the caller and the caller ask them to identify themself.
Phone ringing -- (ring) (ring) (ring -- Caller: "Hello"
Receiver: "Who dis"
to whom am i speaking?
ring...ring...answer phone..."who dis"?
Used to address someone as a friend, as in "What's up whodie", in the same way as words like "homey", "money", "playa" or "dogg".