Present participle of "to sip tea" usually a meme in social media or chat room context of quietly, discretely or otherwise shrewdly taking part in verbal disclosure of some valuable, interesting or otherwise useful information. Whether in context of gossip or rumors about a celebrity or an important event or other information of value to the listener. The listener quietly sips tea as they drink in the information also.
Person A - what are you doing?

Person B - sitting here getting my fix of celebrity gossip, sipping tea.
by Jackson Heinz September 18, 2014
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when you purposely drink something loud to throw shade at someone.
let me just start sipping tea, shes so annoying
by sipstea2001 July 11, 2016
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used to tell someone to mind their own business

also see spill tea
"What did you two do last night?"

"sip tea"
by Schni schna schnappi January 07, 2019
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when you hear some gossip and your telling someone about it
Brittney :*on the phone* hey girl I got some tea to sip with
Brittney: *sips tea* *whispers* linda is pregnant !
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Olivias catch fraze for when she telling me that good tea.
Olivia: bitch i got some good tea
Me:okay bitch lemme see
Olivia:*sips tea*
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Meaning: As in sipping tea, when getting good gossip from a girlfriend over the kitchen table.

Usually used in social media (ie. tumblr) when posting gifs with comments about celebrity gossip. See Ristopher Tumblr about Chris Brown and Rihanna.

Listens to gossip.
Responds: "Uh uh uhhhh."
Figuratively sips tea behind the computer screen with big eyes and a smirk.
by DNTWNdoll September 28, 2013
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Sipping tea” comes an image of the character Kermit the frog sipping tea. The phrase is used to say that something is not your business. It can also be used to reply to a complainer, to show that you don’t care.
I mean I would debate but... *sipping tea*
by AlexIrregular April 10, 2018
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