A word trying to classify everyone who isn't black who listens to hip hop or wears tracksuits as "wannabe gangstas".
In actuality, there are plenty of whites living in poverty and plenty of blacks in the suburbs. It's also offencive to Hip Hop fans, claiming that all rap is gangster rap and anyone who listens to it is doing it to be gangsta when REAL hip hop (not 50 Cent) apeals to people of all nationality and social standing. People are just idiots not to know.
Most people would preffer it if you didn't use the word at all since nobody seems to be able to identify a real wigger, wich is a wealthy kid (black or white, you are not a nigger if you are a wealthy black person as that contradicts the meaning of the word nigger) who actually beleives that they are ghetto and that they will shoot people and listens to terrible mainstream hip hop when they would preffer to listen to pop but there "culture" won't let them. Also, if you developed your love for the hip hop subculture via MTV you are a wigger. If you got it from your friends or school (generaly a "ghetto school" whether you live in one or not) then it's fine to listen to Hip HOp and wear the tracksuits, but if your copying 50 Cent or somthing just don't try or the other rich kids (of any race) will either make you popular for copying MTV or pick on you.
In summory: Thinking in your head that you are gangsta and prettending to be makes you a wigger. It has nothing to do with your music taste as rap has little to no link to being "gangsta" or the tracksuits and or baggy jeans also have no affect on your wigger levels.
White rap fan in a tracksuit(non wigger): Wassup boys?
Black/semi ghetto guy: Yo man.
Wigger: Yo wazzzzup, my nizzles, 50 cent is a dope ass fly rapper yo' man these hataz be hatin' but I'll bust a cap when they see what's up.
Either of the other two guys: You suck, get out!
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