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This is coming from Charlie and Cardi B on BBC1 radio show:

Charlie - Would you rather have a night out with me or Offset?
Cardi B - With my man (Offset)
Charlie - Come on, man! I know London better than Offset, I can show you all sick spots.

What does “sick spots” mean?

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"Sick" is very informal, current, young people's slang for "good", "exciting", "fun", etc.

Inverted meanings: sick, bad, and wicked

  • Also used in the same way in the U.S. – Tᴚoɯɐuo Oct 17 '18 at 14:20

And a spot is a place, like a bar, pub, club.

London has some really sick tea-rooms, bro.

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