#29: You Can’t Never Come
We know what he probably meant to say was, “you can never come to Atlanta” or “you can’t ever come to Atlanta,” but by saying “you can’t never come to Atlanta,” he’s really saying “there’s no way you’ll never come to Atlanta! You have to come.” Confused? So are we.
We don’t even know what this dispute was about (it seems like every two weeks or so there’s a new dispute between two celebrities), but this person makes a good point. Grammatically speaking, this is an invitation to Atlanta. What’s in Atlanta, anyway? Who says he even wants to come to Atlanta?