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06/26/2013 11:57 am ET | Updated Jun 26, 2013

Celebrities Tweet Swag: Comprehensive Chart Predicting Swaghili Adoption

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Esquire just had a professional linguist analyze "Swaghili," a fake language that comes from the recent Kanye West song "I'm In It" from "Yeezus." As "Swaghili" seems very legitimate and will definitely take-off, we figured it was our duty to do some data-hunting and see which celebrity might be most likely to take up the new language. Below is a comprehensive table of how many times various celebrities have tweeted the word "swag."* You're welcome.**

Sort of disappointed Justin Bieber didn't win.

*Although the system isn't perfect for weeding out times a celeb has referenced swag as in "gifts," we did filter out times "swag bag" or "swag bags" was said.

**Really, YOU ARE WELCOME

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