Since it became popular in 2018, it’s had its own words.
The app is full of words, acronyms, and phrases that can be hard to understand at times.
TikTok’s new slang phrase is “DTB for life,” but what does it mean? We’ll find out…
“Don’t touch b*tches for life” is what “DTB for Life” means.
In simple terms, it means “don’t trust any girls.” It is a phrase used by men.
I think men should focus on their life goals, not women. This slang term says this:
It became very popular with this song, and it was very popular.
The phrase “DTB for Life” has become very popular on TikTok because of a certain song that people love.
It’s called DTB 4 Life by an artist called A Boogie Wit da Hoodie. It came out in February 2020, and it’s called DTB 4 Life, too.
In the music world, Julius Dubose, better known as A Boogie wit da Hoodie, is an American rapper and singer. He is signed to Atlantic Records and has his own record label, Highbridge the Label, which is also signed to Atlantic Records.
The 25-year-old from New York got his stage name from the character Ace Boogie in the 2002 movie Paid The Label. He was inspired by the movie. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie: Because he always wears hoodies, his friends began to call him that.
Look Back At It and Downing are two of his most popular songs. He’s had three studio albums, and his fourth is coming soon.
Girls Changed the Phrase
They changed the phrase “don’t trust boys” to “don’t trust girls.”
There are two ways to use the slang term, even though it was originally meant to say, “Don’t trust b*tches.”