Guap

Guap

A large amount of money. The term is thought to derive from guacamole.
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Multiple cops in Alameda County had had inappropriate contact with a teen girl going by the name of Celeste Guap. At least one of them had engaged in a sexual relationship with her before she was of age.
After he committed suicide, leaving a note that mentioned Guap, other officers helped cover up their relationship--and then began pursuing the newly 18-year-old girl themselves.
In the end, more than a dozen officers were disciplined or fired, Oakland's police chief resigned, Oakland's next police chief was removed after less than a week, and a judge shipped Guap off to Florida for counseling.
If I ever get this Popeye's sponsor and they guap me out with millions I'm buying an acre of land and getting a mini farm.
The bureau was formed in 1934 under designer Alexander Sergeyevich Yakovlev as OKB-115, but its birthday is considered to be on 12 May 1927, the day of maiden flight of the AIR-1 aircraft developed within the Department of Light Aircraft of GUAP (Head Agency of Aviation Industry) under the supervision of A.S.
Addressing the ceremony, head of the General Union for Arab Producers and the Mondial Ibrahim Abu Zekry, said the four-day event had witnessed several agreements for producing media and TV programs between the GUAP and officials of Arab TVs.
The author, Paula Chesley of the University of Alberta, found that the number of hip-hop artists that a participant listened to was predictive of the participant's knowledge of words and phrases used in hip-hop songs that are not considered to be mainstream, like "road dog", friend, and "guap", lots of money.
Celeste Guap, 19, has said she had sexual relations with "more than" 30 Oakland police officers.