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"Esketit" is a slang term meaning "let's get it" popularized by rapper Lil' Pump. Audio of the rapper saying the phrase have also been used in YouTube Remix videos.


On March 3rd, 2016, Lil Pump released a video[1] for the song "Finesse the Pack" on YouTube. The song features the lyrics "Bitch you already know that I finessed the pack (eskeetit)." It is earliest known use of the word. As of November 2017, the video (shown below) has received more than 1.5 million views.


On April 8th, 2017, the YouTube account No Jumper posted a video of host Adam and Lil Pump at the mall. Upon seeing a sign for "Escada," Adam asks Lil' Pump what the sign says. Lil' Pump responds, "Esketit!" The video (shown below) received more than 6.3 million views in seven months.

Later that month, the first definition of the word appeared on Urban Dictionary. On May 8th, Urban Dictionary[5] user Issa.Jony definied it as "Rapper Lil Pump's favorite word . A word that defines getting money." The post (shown below) received more than 1,370 upvotes in six months.

Urban dictionary post about the slang term esketit that was coined by the rapper lil pump

On May 28th, 2017, Instagram [2] user KollegeKid posted a video of a side-by-side comparison of Lil' Pump saying "esketit" and another rapper Lil' Jay saying the phrase. Though the video does not post the dates of the videos, they allege that Lil' Pump may have stolen the expression from Lil' Jay. The post (shown below) has received more than 9,000 likes and 249,000 views in less than seven months.

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On June 26th, YouTuber[6] ECM Bishes uploaded a video of the word being overdubbed into a video of Bart Simpson speaking testing megaphones. The post (shown below) received more than 33,000 views in less than six months.

On August 27th, Redditor [3] joetheschmoe4000 posted "What does 'esketit' mean and where did it come from?" in the /r/OutOfTheLoop subreddit.

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