A term used by roadmen and wannabe roadmen alike to ask "whats going on?". First used in the Caribbean probably in the 90s, and has made its way over to England. If someone is not from either London, Jamaica, or Cuba, and they use wagwan, they likely watch top boy and or listen to grime music from the 2000s. Make no mistake, this work is acceptable among social interactions with your boys but in any formal interaction, using this word to greet someone is suicide. To use this word you must also wear a man bag that probably carries your splif and a nike tracksuit.
Dealer: Yo fam

Buyer: Wagwan, you got it?

Dealer: Yeah fam (tosses buyer a bag)
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The term wagwan is typically used by people in London as a method of greeting eachother, especially on the street or is associated with gangs. Its origin is from Jamaica, and is used to ask how some one is, wagwan = what is going on.
Wagwan G, how you been?
Ayyyyy wagwan fam.
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"Wagwan me bredren tings" - How are you my good friend?
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What's up or how are things in Jamaican slang.
"Wagwan me bredren tings fam" - How are things my good friend?
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Slang term for ‘what’s going on’ derived from the jamaican language.
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A way to greet someone in the roadman language.
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