American hip-hop artist, songwriter, and record producer Russell Vitale, better known as Russ, has taken the Muslim Twitterverse by a storm with a one-word tweet

Last week, Russ took to Twitter to write "Inshallah," an Arabic expression that translates to "If God wills." 

Known for his singles "What They Want" and "Losin Control," Russ won over his Muslim fans with the tweet.

Muslim tweeps were quick to express their excitement about his tweet, ask about the point behind it, and of course, crack jokes:

People are letting Russ know the REAL meaning behind the word

Thought it meant "God willing"? Think again

It means "no" in the Arab/Muslim parent dictionary

Muslims are beyond excited

From Russ to Rachid real quick

Muslim girls are fangirling over him

Marriage proposals are in full force

Khaleeji GIFs made an appearance too

Does this mean he's getting a Saudi girlfriend?

But of course, Drake did it first

Canadian rapper Drake recently caused a similar social media frenzy among Muslim Twitter users after using "Inshallah" in his song "Diplomatic Immunity."

The lyrics of the song go as follows:

"The TV playin' Al Jazeera

Inshallah, I hope the mission keeps on gettin' clearer

Whenever, wherever, OVO will always be together like Shakira..."

Muslim women went into a complete meltdown over the lyrics, fangirling over the rapper and even proposing to him.