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text below cross-posted from: Belgrade 2.0: Serbian girls – hot or not?
Used by Russian metal band Korrozia Metalla on the song (title translates to) "Kill The Sunarefa." Sunarefa refers to a Soviet brand of cold medicine.
I do not know if Korrozia Metalla (Corrosion of Metal) were the first to use this slang or how it came about, but it seemed very widly understood among Russian youth.
It can be negative if someone uses a negative, derogatory tone of voice, but the word itself isn't "bad" used that way.
A derogatory term employed by Balkan Slavs (Croats, Serbs, Montenegrins and Macedonians) when referring to Albanians.