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Any one can tell me the meaning of the sentence "Get all up in your news"?
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I've actually never heard that before, it is more common to say "Get all up in your business". Which means: A person is getting involved in your life and it is (usually) not wanted.
It is slang for getting involved in someone's personal business.
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