that wasn’t very cash money of you

the phrase is used when someone just pulled a d-ck move. being cash money means being cool and chill, so not being cash money implies the person is being a huge -ss, or just f-ck-d up.
yo, did you just throw my beer? that wasn’t very cash money of you
hey man that wasn’t very cash money of you

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