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scrilla ‎(uncountable)

  1. (slang, African American Vernacular) Money
    • 2002 September 9, Rai, “Re: OT: N'Sync AstroNOT!!!”, in alt.music.pearl-jam, Usenet[1]:
      Bitch isn't in debt, she's just got a good scam for getting strangers to send her some scrilla.
    • 2007, Abiola Abrams, Dare, Pocket Books (2007), ISBN 9781416541660, page 193:
      "Who cares? I get to be the hot chick in the video. Do you know how much scrilla video hos are raking in these days? []
    • 2012, Azealia Banks, "Liquorice", 1991:
      But I gotta dip, I gotta get at the cake / Lotta scrilla to make

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