Question by  elangomohan (14)

What does "holla atcha boy" mean?


Answer by  malone (4817)

It's a lazy way to say "Holler at you, boy," which means "I'll call you" or "I'll speak to you. "


Answer by  patti (29325)

It translates to "holler at you, boy" or "holler at your boy," depending on the context. "Holla atcha, Boy" is another way of saying, "I'll talk to you later, friend. " If you wanted to buy something, a friend might suggest that you "Holla at cha boy" for assistance in getting what you want.


Answer by  kb2008 (50)

Generally this is used as a "goodbye" of sorts. "Holla" has taken on the understanding of being a request for contact, usually by telephone. To say "Holla atcha boy" can either mean "call me in the near future" or "get in contact with me later".

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