drop the mic

drop the mic

1. To dramatically drop one's microphone (or, often, to mimic such a motion) after a particularly decisive or impressive performance, action, or statement. Did you see him drop the mic after that rap battle?
2. By extension, to perform a decisive or impressive action. Dude just dropped the mic with that dunk!
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Highlights for the students include the yearly Quills vs Quotes competition, the end-of-year QUILL Talk, Drop the MIC night, impromptu speech games and the vocabulary challenges.
Kellyanne Conway, senior counselor to the president, tweeted "Drop the Mic" over a video clip of Mueller reading from his opening statement that "The investigation did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired with the Russian government in its election interference activities."
Drop the mic. The publisher never brought it up again.
At the end let's finally, emphatically drop the mic
I am not sure I can ever drop the mic because once a compere, you always remain one.
I went through everything: I won, I lost, I broke my leg, I failed tests but how great it would be to come back, win this fight, fight for the title, win that belt, give my interview in the Octagon and "drop the mic"(like Obama, he said).
" The CJP proceeded to then drop the mic' as the other honourable judges started clapping.
We did the show, 'Drop the Mic,' and Ken actually destroyed me on that show.
In the loved-up snap, the Drop The Mic host sat in the lap of her new fiance and kissed his cheek.
Rapper Joshua Silverstein, 36 - who stars on James Corden's Drop The Mic show - was at summer camp with Meghan when they were 13.
Cena also took to Twitter, thanking Nickelodeon for letting him 'drop the mic.'
He is also a partner in production company Fulwell 73, which makes The Late Late Show's spin-offs based on its most popular segments Carpool Karaoke and Drop The Mic, as well as a string of documentaries and scripted offerings.
He is also a partner in production company Fulwell 73, who make The Late Late Show's spin-offs based on the most popular segments, Carpool Karaoke and Drop The Mic, as well as a string of documentaries and scripted offerings.
The handler added: "I think I'll have to ask the owners, but I'm pretty sure I can drop the mic and say he's retired." Flynn is co-owned by Patrina and Bruce Odette, Lindsay Van Keuren, Lorrie Carlton and Larry Letsche.