Shout out to u/Misanthropia for the original post — the hive needed a more updated art!
This list is current as of episode 153 (4/15/19)
Desus goes by numerous aliases on the Bodega Boys Podcast. These aliases are based on references to pop culture, sports, and hip hop. The long and ever-changing list of aliases or “AKAs” are one of the many running gags on the show. During an interview with Method Man on Desus and Mero, Desus explained that the idea for aliases was based on the alter-egos of the rappers in the song “Wu-Gambinos” on the album Only Built 4 Cuban Linx… by Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon. (info via Wikipedia)
With the change to Milk Studios, the AKAs are now at the end of every podcast instead of before and after.
Desus is extremely consistent with his aliases, almost always presenting them in the exact same order and without any exclusions:
Desus Nice – In a Hot 97 interview on April 13th 2017, Desus explains that people started calling him Desus as a play on his government name, “Daniel”, and “Jesus”, because he worked miracles with people’s computers
Young Chipotle – Desus’ original alias, he explains in one podcast that it originates from when he was broke and buying Chipotle was a genuine treat
Pockets stay fat like Terio (Pockets stay fat like ‘here we go’) – A reference to viral star Terio, a young, obese African American boy whose videos of him dancing launched him to very brief viral fame. Recently, Desus added the more politically correct and kid friendly “here we go”
Eli Litby – A play on Eli Whitney, inventor of the cotton gin
Boutros Boutros Gully – A play on Boutros Boutros-Ghali, former Secretary-General of the UN, “Gully” being Jamaican Patois for an impoverished area
Slobodan Might-know-ya-bitch – A play on Slobodan Milosevic, former President of Serbia and important player in the Bosnian War
Young Day Party – I believe this was adopted in the summer of 2016 after Desus recounted the story of a day party in D.C., which seemed to invigorate his love for partying during the day
Young Hot Take – He has hot takes, pretty obvious here
Desus H. Fuego – Another moniker to describe his hot (“fuego”) takes on topics
Mr. Nandos with a rando – Nandos is a portuguese chicken restaurant chain which originated in South Africa and is big in the UK and Australia. Rando is slang for random person. Having Nandos with a rando is eating chicken with a random person (credit to u/deweez)
Mr. Mil Novecientos Noventa Y Cuatro en Nueva York – In later episodes Desus rarely adds the “en Nueva York” bit, but it translates to “Mr. 1994 in New York”. “The Knicks team in 1994 made the finals and is a legendary team amongst all Knicks fans who were around at the time. That team got to game 7 of the finals against the Rockets. NYC rallied around that team hard body because that team absolutely embodied NYC to a T with guys like Ewing, Charles Oakley, Mason, Starks, and Derek Harper.” (credit to u/Okieant33)
Mikhail Goin-off – A play on Mikhail Prokhorov, the Russian owner of the Brooklyn Nets (credit to u/Okieant33)
The Jouvert Boss – “Jouvert” is a carnival held in Caribbean/West Indian culture, involving a lot of partying
MC Likkle Gungo Pea – Gungo pea is a type of peas (also known as pigeon peas) often used in Jamaican dishes. Reference to his Jamaican heritage (credit to u/hopelessromcom)
“Pullin’ up from 40 with your shorty” – Desus will “pull up”, or make a pass at, your girl even when the odds are slim or unlikely, much like a 40 foot shot in basketball
“Don’t talk to me in the Uber Pool, I don’t know you” – Uber introduced a service where you can share rides with other Uber users for a discounted rate. Desus has expressed his reluctance to engage with strangers when he is using it
The original “my plus one got a plus one so don’t make a fuss son” – When Desus shows up to an event with a girl, he brings two, and he’s intimating that the host shouldn’t have a problem with that
Desus Rothstein, the Jamaican Jew – Originated around when Mero began his house search in Bergen County, NJ where a number of wealthy people of Jewish descent live. Desus envisions a version of himself who would fit in there
Jermaine Avocado Toast – Desus has gotten more cultured as a result of their success, and as such he has been able to indulge in things usually enjoyed by privileged white people, a stereotypical example of that being avocado toast. This is Desus’ gentrified, hipster persona
Young PA – Possible reference to the sound of small amount of air being expelled from a loose butthole, which is an impression Mero occasionally does (credit to u/jimsternub). This is also a reference to Brooklyn rapper Young MA.
The Ghost of Mufasa – A reference to Lion King, but beyond that I have no idea why he adopted it. Still hilarious though, and the nickname that most often makes Mero laugh
Young Charcuterie without the coonery – Charcuterie is considered very hip and trendy right now, and Desus is again saying he has a taste for the finer things, but is no longer interested in “coonery”, a derogatory term used to describe stereotypical African American behavior
Chile Limon, the left handed reliever for the Yankee’s (Que lo que?) – A fictional persona that seems to be a Latino version of Dock Ellis, who famously threw a no hitter while high on Acid. Chile Limon is also a popular seasoning/flavor with the Latino community
3 Phone Jones – Desus originally adopted “2 Phone Jones” after he reluctantly bought an iPhone to go with his Samsung Galaxy. He then received a Google Pixel, making it 3 Phone Jones (credit to u/ArtSorr0w)
Desus Ex Machina – A play on the common plot device “deus ex machina”, or “god from the machine” in which an unsolvable problem is suddenly resolved by some unexpected intervention. Desus also used to have a tumblr entitled “Desus Ex Machina” (credit to u/hardcore9)
Jay Chuckles – Revealed in episode 55 to be a reference to a now-defunct shoe store in NYC. Did Desus read this thread?
Stanley Cups – Desus’ former rap alias, as revealed in episode 53.
The Human Dr. Bronner’s Label (Dilute! Dilute! Dilute!) – A reference to the concentrated soap Dr. Bronner’s Castile soap, which needs to be diluted. I didn’t quite understand how Desus applied this to himself, but it came from a joke in Episode 51 or 52 about Sean Spicer trying to defray controversy surrounding President Trump’s decisions
Dionardo DiTrappio – A play on “Leonardo DiCaprio”, the actor, but referencing “trapping”, a slang for selling drugs.
Mr. 240p because I like my Pino blurry – Desus longs for the days of very low resolution pornography. 240p refers to the resolution, which is extremely low by modern standards
DJ Woolite AKA You’re listening to Washed FM up next we got 24 hours of – The host of the fictional station “Washed FM”, a fictional radio station that is sometimes referenced along with “WSMK, Smack City Radio”. Woolite is a brand of fabric softener. Desus said multiple times on the podcast that now that he’s single and living alone, he washes his clothes with extra fabric softener. As a kid, his clothes would get washed and be hard as nails. Again, he’s got a taste for the finer things in life. (credit to u/Okieant33)
The Curried G.O.A.T – A double reference to Desus’s Jamaican heritage, where Curried Goat is a popular culinary item, as well as referencing the phrase “G.O.A.T”, short for “greatest of all time”
Desus Spicer – A play on the former White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, who is often referenced on Desus & Mero as “spicing up” or “adding spice” to his takes
Jamal Hashburn – A play on Jamal Mashburn, a former NBA player, about Hash
The Bronx Celine Dion – ???
Wray and Nephew’s Nephew – A play on J. Wray and Nephew rum, which has its origins in Jamaica like Desus. Also, Desus drinks a lot, which you probably should have figured out by now. Introduced in episode 58
The Moreno you can’t contain-o – A play on “moreno”, a Spanish term for someone with dark skin
The Human Meme, Word to Ja – A play on Ja Rule’s infamous mistake of believing that the word “meme” is pronounced “may-may”
Young Erewhon – A reference to a bourgeois health food store in LA, which makes this nickname in the vein of “Jermaine Avocado Toast”, demonstrating Desus’ taste for finer things now. Credit to u/a-1-since-day-1
The Racist Provocateur – Desus flipped an angry tweet from April 28th 2017, in which someone called him a “racist provocateur” into a new alias
Henrik Bud-qvist – A play on NHL goalie Henrik Lundqvist, who currently plays for the New York Rangers
Nelson Bang-dela – An old alias resurrected in episode 65, a play on South African civil right’s icon Nelson Mandela
Sergio Can’t-see-me – A play on Sergio Tacchini, an Italian fashion designer and former Tennis player
Vladimir Boofin’ – A play on Russian president Vladimir Putin, “boofin” being a reference to smuggling something by sticking it inside one’s rectum
The Human Werther’s, melting in your mouth – A reference to Werther’s Originals, a brand of caramel hard candies favored by old people. Not really sure what this one means otherwise.
Mr. Becks on Deckington – The first time Desus introduced this one, he accidentally said “Mr. Becky’s on Deckington” which was an incredible Freudian slip since Desus has been accused of not being into black women, and “Becky” is the stereotypical white woman name in pop culture. This is a reference to Desus always drinking Beck’s, a cheap beer he favors along with Heineken. Adding “-ington” to words is New York slang, as Mero explains at some point.
Rikki-Tikki-Squad-bi – A play on Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, a character from the Jungle Book
Greg “Paaa”-povitch – A very meta play on San Antonio Spur’s coach Greg Popovich and the onomatopoeia of spreading butt cheeks apart (according to Mero)
Morris “Say it with your chest”-nut – A play on actor Morris Chestnut
Mahatma Gone-B – A play on famed pacifist Mahatma Gandi
Not Macka B but I got the cucumber – A reference to a viral video in which Reggae artist Macka B raps about healthy food in his “medical monday” series, Desus is unsurprisingly referencing his penis
The juices are pressed but your boy never is – Being “pressed” means someone is applying pressure to you, and no one would do that to Desus. The juices he is talking about are probably the morning drink he has with lemongrass and cayenne pepper that he makes reference to many times in recent episodes of the podcast.
I am the Art, dammit! – Not sure if this is a reference to anything specific or just a Kanye-esque line a crazed creative might yell out at some point
The Don Dada Ganoush – I believe this is a reference to the Meditteranean dish Baba Ganoush, “Don Dada” is Jamaican Patois slang (I believe) for “top pimp” or “big player” and a sort-of homophone for “baba”
No more Cup of Noodles – I don’t know if this is a reference beyond the fact that Cup of Noodles is a struggle meal and Desus is no longer struggling
The Prince of Peckham – A reference to Peckham, a diverse neighborhood in London
The Fashion Nova Casanova – Fashion Nova is an online clothing retailer that specifically targets curvy women that Desus and Mero reference pejoratively (saying it’s for bottle waitresses), Desus is saying here that he excels at seducing these kind of women (“Casanova” is a term of a man who excels at seducing women derived from the name of Italian Giacomo Casanova)
William H. 5 Cent, 10 Cent, Dolla… Forget the small change, give me the the big money wine – A reference to Soca Boys song “Dollar Wine (one cent, five cent, ten cent, dollar)” which apparently was super popular in the West Indies. “William H Holla is something Jay-Z used to call himself back in his hey day. It comes from the fact that Bill Gates’ full name is William Henry Gates. Jay-Z used to give himself nicknames back in the day. J-Hova caught on but he used the term William H Holla because Jay-Z also coined the phrase “Holla At Me” and “Holla Back” and just shortened it to “Holla”. So put the two together and you have William H Holla. He first said it on the song “Stick to the Script” off the Dynasty album. So Desus took it and made it his own.” (credit to u/Okieant33)
The only anthem I salute is Dipset – A reference to the ongoing national anthem protests in the NFL, Desus is saying the only anthem he salutes is “Dipset Anthem” by Harlem rap legends The Diplomats
Mister Sauga, Catch me at Square One Top Left. Mans is marved. (Dont cheese me bro) – Finally a Canadian-centric reference, which makes sense given that the Bodega Boys have performed there multiple times. This is a reference to the Square One Shopping Center in Mississauga, Canada (where Desus alleges his mysterious wife and kids live), and “top left” is Greater Toronto Area slang for “truthful” or “seriously”. “Mans is marved”, means “I’m hungry” in Toronto slang (credit to u/Fortehlulz33)
Trill Rizzuto, holy cow! – A reference to former Yankees player Phil Rizzuto who would later go on to be a commentator, where his trademark expression was “holy cow!”
Mister Soft Palms because all I do is count checks and jerk off – I don’t know if this is a reference to anything except Desus bragging about his lifestyle
We got OJ, uh purple stuff, soda, and it’s me! Sunny D!” – A reference to an old Sunny D commercial (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQE3jWYuGiw), and a play on the fact that people likely used to called Desus by the nickname “D”, so “it’s me! Sunny D” would be like saying “it’s me, Desus!”. Also kind of ironic since Desus is not a particularly sunny person (cue Dark Desus).
David Yerp-man – A play on David Yurman, an expensive jewelry company, and NYC slang exclamation “yerp”
Desus-expensive, Desus-Red Bottoms, Desus-bloody shoes – A play on a lyric from fellow Bronx native Cardi B taken from her song “Bodak Yellow”
Smo-a-kim Noah – A play on NBA player Joaquim Noah who plays for the Knicks
Andrew Coooooool-nanan – A reference to serial killer (most notable for killing Gianni Versace) Andrew Cunanan
The Junior Energy God, come sit down ‘pon me charger – Originally just the “Energy God” until Desus realized that that was fellow Jamaican Elephant Man’s aliases. I thiiiink this is referring to the phrase “bring the same energy”, the idea that if one is saying something behind someone’s back, when confronted by the individual they should stick to their original statements. This alias started after the infamous Desus & Mero visit to the Breakfast Club, in which DJ Envy accosted the boys about a joke they made about his wife. Desus & Mero didn’t punk out and therefore “brought the same energy”. Someone tell me if I’m reaching here.
Call me PetCo cause I got your bitch-on-freeze – A play on words for the dog breed Bichon Frise
The Topic of Gossip in Syosset – Syosset is a town in Long Island, NY. it’s real bougie and suburban so Desus is saying basically he’s got reach and is known not just in the hood but in the wealthy burbs too (credit to u/terminal-chillness)
Grandpa Joe, When you see Charlie you see me don’t touch that golden ticket – A direct reference to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Grandpa Joe) and Desus’s cats name (Charlie)
Dead Eye Desus (Mornin’ Sherrif) – Dead Eye Desus refers to the 2018 video game Red Dead Redemption 2. The game features a gameplay mechanic called “Dead Eye” that allows the player to slow time to achieve easy head shots and kills. The game is also set in the late 1800’s, early 1900’s in the old West, which is why Desus typically references a Sheriff after saying Dead Eye Desus. (credit to u/biggak)
“Mr. Shopping at StreetEasy with a bad breezy like I’m Yeezy, please believe me – Another one of Desus’ tongue twisters, this one is in reference to shopping at StreetEasy, a NYC real estate website with an attractive woman like Kanye West might do
The Black Asiatic who will crack your back like an automatic craftmatic – Added in episode 54 after Desus’ continuing gag about “big Black Asiatic men” (often referencing their penises). Here Desus is implying that sex with him (a Black Asiatic man) is very vigorous by saying he will change your posture like a Craftmatic mattress, which is a brand of mattress whose shape and orientation can be controlled electronically
Mr. La Marina in a mesh Merina with a fresh misdemeanor and a cold demeanor – This one is a doozy, but was adopted after Desus mentioned his frequent trips to La Marina (a bar on the water in Manhattan) in episodes released in the summer of 2016. A mesh Merina is a a mesh tank top (I think). The other two parts are self explanatory. Not sure how he always gets this one right without mixing up the words.
The Sheet-Mask Killer (No one could be iller) — ??
The Black Zach Morris of Port Morris — ??
The Human Jerry Curl (Follow the drip) — ??
Young KPI — ??
Your problematic bae – Desus occasionally says problematic things, but you still love him, hence him being your “bae”. He always ends with this one, followed by an exaggerated kissing sound.
After Desus’s last aka he always gives some sort of problematic advice followed by explosions
Mero (u/THE_KID_MERO) is far less consistent with his aliases. Depending upon how smacked he is, he will often exclude or repeat some of his aliases. He also adds them far less frequently than Desus.
The Kid Mero – In a Hot 97 interview on April 13th 2017, Mero explained that this alias comes from the fact that his father and uncle wanted to name him “Romero”, but his mother vetoed it and named him “Joel”. His father and uncle continued to call him “Romero”, which was shortened to “Mero” as a nickname
The Human Durag Flap – Mero’s original nickname, and a reference to how hood he is and his uncircumcised status, something that gets referenced very often (credit u/ZeddyG2 and u/chandlersokay)
Curve Gotti – A play on “Irv Gotti”, former boss of Murder, Inc. records
Donovan Mcdabb – A play on former NFL player Donovan Mcnabb, in reference to dabbing, which could have two meanings (smoking THC oil or the dance move created by the Migos)
Trizz Khalifa – A play on “Wiz Khalifa”, but substituting the first part of the name with the slang “Trizz”. Usually said in a fake patois, imitating Popcaan’s cry of “Fuck Wiz Khalifa!” at a Mixpak event
SKKRRRT Loder – A play on “Kurt Loder” former host on MTV News and editor at Rolling Stone
James St. Fatdick, I’ll Ghost on you shorty – Originated right around the premiere of season 4 of Starz hit show “Power”, here referencing the main character James St. Patrick, whose street alias is “Ghost”
Tiger Backwoods — A reference to pro golfer Tiger Woods and Mero’s love for smoking backwoods
“I no fucking baby, I fucking man!” – A reference to the viral video that sent friend of the brand Pioladitingancia to fame
“Check the guest list again because my name is definitely on it, and no I’m not stepping to the side while you check! ” – Not so much a nickname but something Mero might have said back in the day when he was broke and had to lie about being on guest lists to get into clubs
CC Dab-bathia – A play on Yankees Starting Pitchers name, CC Sabathia (and close friend of the brand)
Getting this sh-money and this sh-moke — it’s your boy Goldman Shm-achs – A variation of the phrase made popular by Bobby Shmurda and a reference to Goldman Sachs.
Da-da-da Dad of the year – A play on a lyric from ScHoolboy Qs song “Man of The Year” (credit u/ZeddyG2). Mero already has three Mero Jr’s and the bodega princess, and as far as we can tell is an awesome dad, thus earning such a title. Confirmed to be a ScHoolboy Q reference in episode 56
Been-Smacked Biyombo – A play on “Bismack Biyombo”, a professional basketball player on the Charlotte Hornets
Di-Yayo Maradona – Reference to Argentinean soccer legend Diego Maradona and slang for coke (credit to u/terminal-chillness)
Dick-in-ya-bae Mutombo – A play on Dikembe Mutombo, former NBA player
David Trizz-Dale – A play on David Fizdale, Current New York Knicks Head Coach. This is normally followed by “BLOW BLOW TAKE THAT FOR DATA”
Barlos Santana – A play on famed guitarist Carlos Santana and Xanax bars
The Dominican Don Dada – Jamaican Patois slang (I believe) for “top pimp” or “big player”, and as we know Mero is of Dominican descent, hence “Dominican Don Dada”. The phrase “Jamaican Don Dada” is used by the character Lennox in the movie “Belly”, which is a classic in hip hop culture (credit to u/a-1-since-day-1) He follows this up with “catch me at Locksmith throwing up on myself”. Locksmith is a bar on 192nd & Broadway in Inwood, which is a REALLY Dominican NYC neighborhood (credit to u/terminal-chillness)
Some variation of “swipe my card again, put the bag over it, there’s definitely money on it! – A reference to a familiar experience for anyone who has been broke, in which you lie and act like it’s the store’s fault when your card gets declined
Romeo Xantos – A reference to famed Bachata artist and Xanax, Bachata being a dance and music style originating in the Dominican Republic. Also the added “Sooo xanny, lemme black out” is a play on Romeo’s adlib “sooo nasty, lemme find out” (credit to u/terminal-chillness)
Light-an-L Dutchie (Hello? Is it weed you’re looking for?) – Another weed double entendre referencing Lionel Richie and his famous song “Hello”
Papa Sushi, The Dyckman Don – A reference to often-referenced Mamasushi, a fusion sushi restaurant on Dyckman Street in Manhattan
Tom Brazy, your girl got my balls deflated – A boastful play on the Deflategate controversy surrounding Tom Brady and the New England Patriots after the 2014-2015 AFL Championship game
Feel-da-ass Tyson (CONSENSUALLY WITH YOUR PERMISSION) – A play on “Neil DeGrasse Tyson”, a well known physicist
Lil’ Snoozie Vert– A play on the name Lil Uzi Vert. This is also in reference for when Mero actually ‘tapped out’ on Instagram Live
Fry-an-L Messi – A play on Lionel Messi, a famous Argentinian soccer player of Italian descent, and smoking an “L”, slang for blunt
Joe Hookah, I dare you to smoke with me! – A reference to rapper Black Rob’s song “I Dare You” that features Joe Hooker on the hook
Ben Barson (with the precision of a Swiss wristwatch) my hands are gifted – During the 2016 election cycle, famed neurosurgeon Ben Carson engaged in a brief campaign for the Republican nomination. Mero took to doing impressions of him, exaggerating Carson’s urban upbringing by saying he was “Ben Barson”, in which the “C” was replaced with a “B”, as a Blood gang member would. Unlike Desus, who almost never fumbles his nicknames, Mero has maybe said this one correctly one time
Xaniel Bedingfield – A play on Daniel Bedingfield followed by Mero playing “I Gotta Get Through This” a popular song by the artist Daniel Bedingfield with lyrics that are about Xanax (credit to u/KTTeal)
Some variation of “I’ll open your medicine cabinet and take all of your Benzos” – This is self-referential in two ways: 1. The earlier reference here is to when Mero admitted to Desus that he will unashamedly go through people’s medicine cabinets in order to snoop on their lives and 2. After the boat party story in which Mero got drunk and took some Xanax’s, he added “I’ll take all of your benzos” bit to express how much he enjoys the feeling Benzodiazepines create
The Xandman – This is a play on the musical artist “Scatman John” who was most known for his song “Scatman’s World”, the chorus of which Mero imitates with this name and the accompanying vocalization
Rico Sabroso – Spanish for “Rich Tasty”, but I’m not sure what the reference here is beyond that
Lucious Lyon-ass nigga (c’mon mayne) – A reference to Terrence Howard’s character Lucious Lyon on Empire. This is said in a shaky voice Terrence is known for
Baby Newport – I assume a reference to Newport brand cigarettes, stereotypically popular in urban areas
Niño Brown – A reference to the main character of the film “New Jack City”, in which Wesley Snipes plays a crack dealer named Nino Brown, but pronounced like the Spanish word for “kid”, giving it some Latino flavor (credit to u/Okieant33)
The East Tremont Stevie B – East Tremont is a predominately Hispanic area of the Bronx, while Stevie B was a recording artist from the 80’s with some incredible Jheri Curls. Sometimes sings “I want to be the one your Titi is fucking” after
The Plantain Supernova in the Sky – A reference to the Oasis hit “Champagne Supernova”, but changed to reflect Mero’s Dominican heritage, which often uses plantains in its cuisine. Occasionally he will sing an extended version, which goes “One day you will find me, smoking weed on Tremont/in the Plantain Supernova in the sky”. How does he hit these melodies so perfectly every time?
I met Mike Francesca im never gon’ fail – A direct reference from when the Bodega Boys actually met Mike on the last episode on Desus & Mero on Viceland. In translation, this means after finally meeting with the iconic Sports Pope this makes him unstoppable. This is also a reference to Kanye West’s song ‘Ultralight Beam’ where Chance the Rapper says “I met Kanye West, I’m never gonna fail” (credit to u/RemyDWD)
Barmelo Xanthony – An incredible play on the Bodega Boy’s favorite NBA player, Carmelo Xanthony, and Mero’s beloved Xanax’s. Mero almost always adds a reference to him relaxing since being released by the Houston Rockets. (credit to u/terminal-chillness) Most recently, Mero has changed his references to him making sound financial decisions and balancing his portfolio since the interview with Carmelo himself on Desus & Mero on Showtime
Some variation of “If you see me in Target approach me like a bear” – Originates from Mero’s love of getting really high and hanging out in Target. Being high sometimes makes him paranoid, so he doesn’t like people just running up on him. Desus suggested people “approach him diagonally, like you would a bear”. Mero interchanges “bear”, “Ursine Mammal”, and “Oso” (Spanish for “bear”) at random
Benzo the Clown – A problematic clown for kids that ruins birthday parties and not refunding your $50 deposit. Originated on Episode 96, Desus starts talking about rolling up to Mero Jr’s bar mitzvah smacked. (credit to u/outtaspite)
I sold fake Lean to your favorite SoundCloud rapper – Not sure this is a specific reference other than the fact that Lean is pretty much a guaranteed accessory for any SoundCloud rapper and Actavis discontinued their codeine/promethazine cough syrup in 2014 due to abuse, so a lot of people are drinking fake Lean.
“Llego el hijo de Tito y Fifa papi”/”The son of Tito and Fifa has arrived, papi – In later episodes, Mero began to include some Spanish phrases at the end of his list of aliases, usually beginning with this phrase and building off of it. When Mero does this he also says “Hassan tira me lo pita” which is slang for “Hassan drop me a beat”. Mero is making pretend that he’s a DJ on NY’s Spanish Radio Station 97.9 La Mega. Mero from here goes on to talk all kinds of shit about how hard and gangster he is. (credit to u/bobbuddha and u/Okieant33)
Please correct me if you have ideas or see mistakes!
Desus – Young Green Room
Desus – Desus Vice
Desus – Vice-K Matsuzaka
Desus – Kristap Por-sling-dick (on injured reserved until the facts come out)
Mero – Blem de la blem
Mero – Young Pap Smear
Mero – Metro Bloomin’ Onion, credit to u/raybegleiter
Mero – Fry-an-L Messi (Mero at one point said this instead of “Light-an-L Messi”, he’ll probably go back and forth)
Mero – Papi Shampoo