Out of spite (phrase)
What does Out of spite mean?
To be doing something out of anger or envy to hurt someone.
Out of spite Synonyms: Malice
Example sentence: “I bought my new girl a bag out of spite for my ex.”
Out of spite in songs:
“If you nervous, hit the lights I know we only fuckin’ out of spite ’cause your man don’t Do you right, do you right” – Drake, Wu-Tang Forever.
“I got that shit that make bitches act right Make bitches act out of spite, aight” – The Game, Higher.
“I do this shit out of spite ’cause there’s niggas that overlooked me” – Earl Sweatshirt, Polo Jeans.
“I might buy a kilo for Chief Keef Out of spite, I just might flood these streets Hear the freedom in my speech” – Jay-Z, Open Letter.