A phrase meaning:
I'm not trying to come for you or offend you, but this is what its really like.

A phrase you add at the beginning or the end of a sentence that can be seen as negative to somebody, but its not supposed to be, and just stating the obvious.

Made popular by Qaadir <3<3<3
Ex. 1 - Girl! No Tea No Shade, but you need to fix your hair.

Ex. 2 - Girl please! I can't get with some one I'm not attracted to, No Tea No Shade!
by <3QaaDir September 12, 2009
Tea is referring to "Truth" shade is like an opinion/diss. When you say this phrase it means you are stating facts, not opinions.
by Lacianga May 17, 2017
Tea is the meaning of gossip and shade is in the form of a diss.
"Girl, did you hear how Raheim said that girls pussy stank?! All Tea No Shade."
by Cii June 11, 2014
no tea no shade, 🚫🧢
taira and kyle no tea no shade
by lackell December 9, 2018
In this context, "tea" is synonymous with "facts" and "shade" is an honest (and offensive) opinion/diss.

With that in mind, No Tea All Shade means "I'm stating my honest opinion here"
I think those YouTube compilations are really boring to watch, no tea all shade.
by 211soliw July 4, 2022
A phrase that means the person is coming for and/or attacking someone purposely. The opposite of the phrase "No tea no shade" that basically means "No offense."
Usually said after someone says "No tea no shade" as a way to say that the person is actually trying to offend someone.
Alyssa: What you're wearing is all garbage, no tea no shade.
Coco: All tea all shade!
by lukkie September 5, 2015