have (something) coming to (one)

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have (something) coming to (one)

To deserve a particular consequence or benefit. A: "Why did you fight with that kid in the school yard?" B: "Because he's a bully! He had it coming to him." After all the hard work I've done, I had that bonus coming to me.
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have it coming to you

be due for retribution on account of something bad that you have done. informal
See also: coming, have