12 Dec 2017
Question about English (US)
Within the lyrics of the song "Bitch better have my money" by Rhianna, she says "please don't call me on my bluff". It means "don't dare me", doesn't it? By the way, I also didn't understand pretty well about the name of this song, because the grammar is quite weird.
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