"Oh, you T-Paining right now, huh," to Lil' Mama @ 2009 MTV VMA's - Jay Z

T-Pain stage crashing Jay Z during a set while spittin "D.O.A". Lil' Mama invading the stage during Jay Z and Alicia Keys' set at the 2009 VMA's.
by G Nice September 16, 2009
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To crash ones performance/event by jumping on stage with performer. Usually accompanied with the fact that they are in no way supposed to be on stage. Origin comes from Jay-Z remarks to Lil Mama crashing his performance at the 2009 VMA's
Jay-Z to Lil Mama after crashing the stage at the VMA's: "Oh, you T-Paining me right now?"
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Talking online through a headset when the connection is not stable. Results in a psudo-auto tuning voice effect.
Hey man, your connection sucks! You're T-Paining!
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Saying something inappropriate and sexual with a filthy mind.
She's always T-Paining about mundane things like seeing a license plate that appears to spell "penis."
by Bringing the T-Paining June 24, 2011
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To rudely interrupt somebody while they are busy doing something important. Like T Pain did to Jay Z at Hot 97 Summer Jam, crashing the stage like shit is sweet. Later done to Jay AGAIN buy Lil Mama at the VMAs. This is where Jay coined the phrase, '' You T-Paining Right Now''.
You makin a business call tryin to get job or make moves and your girl tryin to argue with you or have a convo. Tell the B****to stop T-Paining you
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someone who can't sing but uses auto-tune to make them sound good because they are to cheap to get someone who can sing to sing it for them
All the t-paining mainstream rappers are doing is killing my ears but helping their bank accounts
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Thomas Jefferson's affectionate nickname for Thomas Paine, Revolutionary-era intellectual, musician, and author or co-author of "Common Sense," "The Rights of Man feat. Yung Napoleon," and "Declaration of Skindependence."
T-Paine: I'm in luv wit the Republic, g.
George Washington: Yes, but you haven't answered my question: should we launch the revolution?
T-Paine: Talk to Franklin... This war is all about the Benjamin, man.
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