A phrase that is used in past tense to describe a situation
in which another person knowingly attacks and defiles you
as a person based upon an action you have done,
resulting in their nasty rebuttle.
Note- Sometimes results from doing nothing at all
Similar to chewing someone out, or personally attacking one's character.
Can be used in future tense such as "Don't make me come at your life."
Or present tense "I'm coming at your life right now!"
past tense-- Mark "Came At My Life" today when he found out I was pregnant with an unknown baby daddy.
Present tense-- Why are you "Coming At My Life?"
Future tense-- I swear if you do that I will "Come At Your Life!"
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