Fans are searching for the “Al-Kuhn” meaning after American rapper NLE Choppa took to Twitter. Here’s what he meant by the cautionary tweet.

Who doesn’t love to express themselves on social media?

After all, isn’t that what it’s all about? Well, that and staying connected, obviously. However, the likes of Instagram are all about communicating your own singular identity and Twitter is a similarly great platform to express yourself.

This ranges from posting about things you love to your own beliefs.

Following celebrities you admire is a total no-brainer and fans of NLE Choppa are intrigued by a recent tweet at the moment.

The 17-year-old rapper – Bryson Lashun Potts – captured mass attention back in 2019 with the hit single ‘Shotta Flow’ and this year we saw the release of his debut studio album, Top Shotta.

Boasting tracks like ‘Camelot’ and ‘Walk Em Down’, the musician communicates a number of things on the project, but it’s clear that he saved some of his thoughts for Twitter…

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NLE Choppa talks “Al-Kuhn”

On Monday, September 14th 2020, Bryson tweeted out about something called “Al Kuhn”.

Since then, fans and beyond have been intrigued, with the rappers tweet reading [see below]: “Put down the alcohol today. If you break down the word ‘alcohol’ it’s a demon spirit name called ‘Al-Kuhn’ which stands for ‘Body Eating Spirit’ this extracts the soul essence of entity which attracts bad energy or negative energy towards you. When you blackout that’s possession.”

However, when searching about Al-Kuhn you may find yourself wondering if it was all made up.

So, what does “Al-Kuhn” really mean?

“Al-Kuhn” meaning

  • Al-Kuhn doesn’t actually have any meaning. Essentially, NLE Choppa meant “Al-Kuhl”, which does have meaning.

As noted by Medium, “Al-Kuhl” is the Arabic word from which “alcohol” derives from. The source notes that the Arabic translation is “Body-Eating Spirit”.

Determining the meaning of the phrase, it suggests that when we drink large quantities of alcohol we are eating away at our spirit.

Yeah… not exactly a nice thought!

As Medium addresses: “Why do you think the strongest of alcoholic beverages are called ‘spirits’?”

Fans weigh in

A number of people have flocked to Twitter to offer their thoughts on NLE Choppa’s tweet and also his growing passion for gardening.

Check out a selection of tweets:

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