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a term used to refer to a gangsta
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by Nick D February 13, 2003
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A prefix given to a person who is held in extremely high regard. They are a g and they are money.
Yo! Check out g money Mike. He just bumped out of an Escalade with two nubian queens.
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A short gangster that has many "hoes"; very strong; if you mess with him/her, you'll get beaten; very funny; most "G-Money" are Korean.
Look at G-Money, he owns K.O.G.
by i <3 Gmoney July 08, 2009
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G-money has entered in as a popular nick name amongst want-to-be gansters. It showed up in the 80s amongst their version of hip-hop music/rap and became more popular in the 90s by older want-to-be gangsters. It should be noted that the older want-to-be gangsters wanted the world to think old was cool again, so they also invented old skool. So, finally some cats started calling themselves G-money. When someone starts using a slang word as their nickname, its a sign that they are retarded.

It shows how retarded they are because they don't even know the real meaning of the word. Someone might come here and tell you that g-money stems from gun money - the money paid to a hired thug who is proficient with small firearms. In fact, g-money originates from the term 'good money', which is a term used by White, Angelo-Saxon Protestants (sometimes called wasps). Good money is redneck slang for a lucrative deal, to make a good amount of money for doing the least amount of work that they possibly can. This is a term that originated on the plantation, a way for white plantation owners to talk about slavery without using such a negative word.

Any American of African decent that willfully goes by the term G-money is in fact promoting slavery, an Uncle Tom if you will.
Past: Well, Cletus Williams, purchasing them negros sure is some good money come your way.

Present: Yo, g-money, you is the shizznit.
Translation: Hey, good money, you're making the Man a lot of money.
by Freddy Two Tone February 17, 2006
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