For better or, really, worse, Dipset popularized the world's most concise way to reassert your heterosexuality, after incidentally saying something that might be misinterpreted as having a homosexual subtext.

Despite a near-suffocating ubiquity last decade, these days, the terms are mostly seen as homophobic and juvenile. Things have changed, but it'd be inaccurate to overlook the widespread use of the vernacular, or that a large part of the influence to use it stemmed from Dipset.