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Definition of Kicc Roccz

Kicc Roccz


  • Meaning one should leave or exit the premisses or area. Compare to: Vamoose, Shake Da Spot, Scatter, Bone Out, Get In Da Wind, Outtie 5000. For example : Yo if you don't have all my doe? You need to [Kick Roccz] and Shake Da Spot.

    Last edited on May 15 2019. Submitted by Jaye-Supreme on May 15 2019.

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