up in (one's) gold ones

up in (one's) gold ones

slang Extremely close to one; right up in one's face. ("Gold ones" refers to gold teeth.) I got right up in his gold ones and told him I would mess him up if he didn't get me my money. I'm a bouncer for a local club, so I'm used to drunk idiots getting up in my gold ones.
See also: gold, one, up

up in someone’s gold ones

and up on someone’s bumper
n. in someone’s face. (Alludes to gold teeth.) He had his smelly face up in my gold ones, so I clobbered him. Why are you up on my bumper, dawg?
See also: gold, one, up