RWA has 2 meanings
Rich with attitude
She's fine but RWA. I can't handle all of that.
|Diva||A self-important, demanding person|
|Trophy wife||An attractive wife of an older man|
|Trophy husband||An attractive husband|
|Gold digger||A person who uses another person for money|
|Dropping faces||Spending money|
|Honeygal||A woman used for her money|
|Honeydude||A boyfriend or husband used for his money|
Ready, willing, and able
A way to say that you're eager to move forward with something; you are not only ready for it, but also willing to do it and capable of doing it.
U up for it?
|A3||Anytime, anywhere, anyone|
|AOC||Available on cell|
|G2G||Good to go|
|GTG||Good to go|
RWA describes a person who is affluent and has a lot of attitude, which may be a good or bad thing. The "attitude" may be a snootiness that comes from having a lot of money, or it just may be a "big" personality.
When do I use RWA?
You can use RWA to describe anyone wealthy that is also a lot to handle. Most people use it to describe powerful and opinionated women, similar to the diva term. However, people may also use it to describe wealthy men that are high maintenance.
Is RWA an insult?
RWA may or may not be an insult; it depends on the context in which it is used. For example, some powerful, confident women may use RWA to describe themselves on social media. In contrast, other women may be offended to be referred to as RWA. So it's best to be judicious when using RWA.