What's up with (someone)?

Ask this question to find out recent information about a person. You can ask this in a positive way:

What's up with Minsuh these days?

But it's more commonly used to ask about someone who seems angry, sad, afraid, or is acting strangely.

A: What's up with Celena?

B: What do you mean?

A: She's been acting strange lately.

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