Guinea Dago, Guinea Dago? Guinea Dago, Figaro!
A reference to a line in the song “Bohemian Rhapsody”.
It is used as a stab at Sinatra’s Italian heritage. “Guinea” and “dago” are both offensive slang terms for Italians. Guinea implies that the person is actually from Guinea, and Dago is slang for “garlic-breath”.
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