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Definition of splackavellie


  • a brotha a girl can call when her man ain't treating her right. 2. usually used for cheating. 3. pimp.
    Girl he ain't treating you right. Why don't you come over to my house I'll be your splackavellie.

    Last edited on May 18 2011. Submitted by NAS from TX, USA on Mar 12 1999.

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