Nah He Tweaking

Nah He Tweaking
Nah He Tweaking

Nah He Tweaking: It has come to the attention of Instagram users that nearly every image they come across on the network is swamped with comments that read “meh he tinkering.” The majority of fans are racking their minds to figure out what it signifies.

Nobody else than Lil Nas X is to blame for the viral statement that went viral.

This comes after the rapper, who previously called out “double standards” while pointing to Tony Hawk’s skateboard, which was decorated with blood, made quite a stir with his statement “no he tweaking.” For those of you who are curious about what the term implies, we’ve got you covered.

Since the debut of Tony Hawk’s new skateboards, people have been debating the negative response Lil Nas X had for his line of sneakers that featured his blood and other bodily fluids.

Rap by RAPTV contributed to the continuing debate by sharing a post that alluded to the Tony Hawk and Lil Nas X feud that was previously discussed.

‘#TonyHawk’s blood is being utilised in $500 limited-edition skateboards,’ said the caption of the photo. “Ya’ll are killing it with that.”

Nah He Tweaking
Nah He Tweaking

Lil Nas X was quick to respond with a comment that said, “nah he tweakin,” expressing his displeasure with Tony’s most recent compilations.

As more and more individuals began to utilize the phrase “nah he twakin” in the comments area of virtually every photo on Instagram, the phrase quickly became popular among users throughout the social media site.

The news must have left a bad taste in the mouth of the Old Town Road singer, who had received a lot of negative attention after selling a pair of personalized Nike sneakers that were reportedly laced with a drop of blood.

Following the debut, Nike filed a lawsuit against MSCHF Product Studio Inc, a New York-based company that had designed the sneaker in conjunction with the famed artist earlier this year, claiming unfair competition.

Specifically, Nike alleged that the changes made to the shoes, which were used as a promotional piece for the singer’s single Montero (Call Me By Your Name) released in March, infringed on and diluted its trademark.

At the time, the 22-year-old was subjected to a barrage of criticism for his use of overtly satanic themes in his marketing of the song, which many speculated played a factor in Nike’s decision to pursue legal action against the artist.

Nah He Tweaking
Nah He Tweaking

In a scathing message to Twitter, he provided a little more insight into his views towards Hawk’s skateboard debut.

When Tony Hawk releases skateboards with his blood painted on them, and there is no public outcry, are you ready to acknowledge that you were never truly outraged by the blood on the shoes in the first place? and it’s possible you were enraged for some other reason?” He penned a letter.

In this context, tweaking or tweakin’ (as it is referred to in the fashionable reply) is slang meaning doing foolishly, thinking erroneous notions, or acting out of line; it is related to tripping in that it indicates being out of line.

Following rapper @rap’s Instagram post regarding Tony Hawk’s bloodboards, Lil Nas X responded with the now-famous three words that went viral on social media sites like Twitter and Instagram.

Nah He Tweaking

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