Definition of pop off in English:

pop off

informal Die: when I pop off, everything will come to you
More example sentences
  • Raymond Brown also died recently; all these great guys have all just popped off.
  • I just want there to be street parties when he pops off.
  • I felt like cheering when she finally popped off.
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