2. Very angry or upset at something. This connotation requires that the word hype be followed by the word "at." If neither "at" or "for" is used, the second definition is implied. Again, using "all" before the word hype accentuates the amount of anger.
2. "I was all hype.", or "I was all hype at my girlfriend for cheating on me."
Often makes little sense upon analysis, instead taking refuge in audacity and emotions.
Popularized, but not invented, by Woolie of the Two Best Friends video group.