@ me next time

a.k.a. at me next time
Normally used in response to a subtweet or shade, it can be translated as “tag me in the tweet next time; it’s obviously about me.”

Sometimes it is used jokingly, like when someone answers to a general complaint that applies to them, even though the complainer wasn’t thinking about anyone in particular. For example, “I hate Florida drivers.” “Fine Kevin @ me next time.”
See also : RB@Ya  ratchet  clap back  
NetLingo Classification: Online Jargon