What does Beef mean?

Annoying issue

When we say ‘Beef’, it’s all about a nagging issue that’s causing tension between two or more people.

Usually, it’s used to question someone who seems to be in a bad mood or angry. You might ask, “What’s your beef?” to find out why they’re upset.

In other words, ‘Beef’ is a slang term for a problem that’s not going away and is causing friction between people involved.

So, when you notice someone acting grouchy or irritable, it’s possible that they’ve got some ‘Beef’ going on. It’s just a cool way of asking about their problem.

Example for using ‘Beef’ in a conversation

Hey, what’s up? You seem kinda moody today. What’s the beef? πŸ€”

Ugh, it’s this group project. One of my teammates isn’t putting in any effort. It’s so frustrating! 😑

Oh, that’s rough. Have you talked to them about it? Maybe they don’t realize they’re causing a beef. πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ

Yeah, I tried, but they brushed me off. I don’t know what to do. πŸ˜”