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Here’s Why People Comment “No Cap” On TikTok

If you're just now emerging from the TikTok vortex that sucked you for the last few hours, welcome. You probably now know how to do the "woah," have annoyingly catchy songs stuck in your head, and are studying up on brand new lingo. What's TTR? How do you "ship" a couple? And what does "no cap" mean on TikTok?

No cap is more than just a hashtag — it's mentioned in this viral song by YoungBoy Never Broke Again that loads of TikTok users lip-sync to, it's a phrase used by the hottest influencers, and its emojis often flood the comments section. And yet, despite the endless references, it isn't easy to nail down a specific definition based on context clues alone.

Per Urban Dictionary, no cap "usually means no lie," so it often follows an unbelievable statement or serious question. And according to Dictionary.com, to "cap" can also mean to brag about something, so if you say "no cap," it means you aren't talking yourself up. Some people also use it to mean "totally."

On his YouTube channel The Wade Empire, where he often explains the meaning of words and phrases, entertainer Terrell Wade agrees that "no cap" is a form of telling the truth, adding "the word 'cap' pretty much just means 'lie.'" And over on the YouTube channel All Def Comedy, in a segment called "Is That What The Kids Say?" the presenters get to the bottom of the meaning of "capping," specifically. If you're "capping," they say, it means you're lying.

TikTok user @kindasortateacher says she had her students explain it, along with other Gen Z words like yeet, mood, and sus, as part of a school project. They landed on the definition: Not containing falsehoods of any kind. To use it in a sentence — as any teacher would want you to do — you might say, "I'm so tired I'm going to sleep till Monday. No cap."

The phrase was popularized back in 2017 when Atlanta-based rappers Young Thug & Future released a track called "No Cap," where they rap about their cars and jewelry, among other things. While in this context it might refer to having "no cap" or no maximum on how much money you're willing to spend, these days it's typically used as a joke to punctuate something that seems unbelievable or "unreal." There are literally millions upon million of videos out there.

So, how does all of this new TikTok vocab make you feel? A little old? Like you're back in high school English class? Try incorporating a word or two into your everyday conversations, and you'll feel like you're fluent in no time — no cap.

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No-cap is a verb meaning - To not be lying or deceiving.

using this term incorrectly is punishable by death in many countries, especially America.

This word is related to, Deadass.

Cap is a verb meaning - To lie and deceive.
tenses of the word:
Capping - Is in the process of capping (Present tense)
Capped - Has capped (Past tense)
Capper - Shall cap (Future tense)

lying scum "Bro she got a fat ass"
Friend "No cap?"
Lying scum "No cap bro!"
Friend " That is a dude"
Lying scum "Got you to look"
Court "You are to be killed due to the breaking of the NoCap/Cap law!"

by ConfinedDev February 26, 2020

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The use of the phrase "no cap" is meant to convey authenticity and truth. The phrase originated in reference to decorative gold teeth, which can be divided into two distinct varieties: permanent gold teeth (aka "perms") or caps (aka "pullouts"). Whereas caps can be pulled out with ease, perms, as their name suggests, are permanent. They cannot be taken out for a job interview or court date. They are an honest and lasting expression of the owners' realness.

I would only get perms because people who wear pullouts are fake, no cap.

by daybird August 27, 2020

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The use of the phrase "no cap" is meant to convey authenticity and truth. The phrase originated in reference to decorative gold teeth, which can be divided into two distinct varieties: permanent gold teeth (aka "perms") or caps (aka "pullouts"). Whereas caps can be pulled out with ease, perms, as their name suggests, are permanent. They cannot be taken out for a job interview or court date. They are an honest and lasting expression of the owners' realness.

I would only get perms because people who wear pullouts are fake, no cap.

by daybird August 27, 2020

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No-cap is a verb meaning - To not be lying or deceiving.

using this term incorrectly is punishable by death in many countries, especially America.

This word is related to, Deadass.

Cap is a verb meaning - To lie and deceive.
tenses of the word:
Capping - Is in the process of capping (Present tense)
Capped - Has capped (Past tense)
Capper - Shall cap (Future tense)

lying scum "Bro she got a fat ass"
Friend "No cap?"
Lying scum "No cap bro!"
Friend " That is a dude"
Lying scum "Got you to look"
Court "You are to be killed due to the breaking of the NoCap/Cap law!"

by ConfinedDev February 26, 2020

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The use of the phrase "no cap" is meant to convey authenticity and truth. The phrase originated in reference to decorative gold teeth, which can be divided into two distinct varieties: permanent gold teeth (aka "perms") or caps (aka "pullouts"). Whereas caps can be pulled out with ease, perms, as their name suggests, are permanent. They cannot be taken out for a job interview or court date. They are an honest and lasting expression of the owners' realness.

I would only get perms because people who wear pullouts are fake, no cap.

by daybird August 27, 2020

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No-cap is a verb meaning - To not be lying or deceiving.

using this term incorrectly is punishable by death in many countries, especially America.

This word is related to, Deadass.

Cap is a verb meaning - To lie and deceive.
tenses of the word:
Capping - Is in the process of capping (Present tense)
Capped - Has capped (Past tense)
Capper - Shall cap (Future tense)

lying scum "Bro she got a fat ass"
Friend "No cap?"
Lying scum "No cap bro!"
Friend " That is a dude"
Lying scum "Got you to look"
Court "You are to be killed due to the breaking of the NoCap/Cap law!"

by ConfinedDev February 26, 2020

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STOP THE CAP- TORONTO SLANG URBAN DICTIONARY PT. 1

Originally, a kneecap. The phrase "bust a cap" originated in Northern Ireland several years before entering urban gangsta culture, and referred to the nonlethal (but fantastically painful and disabling) practice of firing a firearm at close range into the crook of the knee. The practice served, and in some areas continues to serve, primarily as an intimidation tactic, and the victim becomes a hobbling reminder of what happens to "the enemy."

I told him I'd bust a capin his ass, but it turns out he didn't have an asscap after all, so I let him go.

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In Black slang, tocap about something is “to brag,” “to exaggerate,” or “to lie” about it. This meaning of cap dates back to the early 1900s.

History lesson: In the 1940s, according to Green’s Dictionary of Slangto cap is evidenced as slang meaning “to surpass,” connected to the ritualized insults of capping (1960s). These terms appear to be rooted in the sense of cap as “top” or “upper limit.”

So, no cap has the sense of “no lie,” “no joke,” “for real,” or “not bragging.” The expressionis closely associated with slang in Atlanta-area hip-hop. It appears on Twitter by at least 2012, though it was almost certainly in use in spoken English before then.

No cap was popularized in 2017 when Atlanta-based rappers Young Thug & Future released the track “No Cap.” In the song, the rappers boast about all the wealth and swag they’ve acquired, no cap, including clothes, cars, and jewelry.

Calling back to the slang cap‘s roots, no cap can also more generally mean “no limit,” with cap here meaning “a maximum” and often referring to prices or money. For example, some professional athletes have no (salary) cap on how much they can be paid.

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