It is actually a loanword.
In modern Chinese language, there are a few words that originated from English. For instance, the word for “go to hell: 狗带 (gǒu dài)” was “phonetically” translated from English, and it sounds like “go die”. So, how to say “go die” in Chinese?
How to Say “Go Die” in Chinese? 狗带 (gǒu dài) = Go to hell/Go die
狗 (gǒu) means “dog”, but 狗带 (gǒu dài) has absolutely nothing to do with dogs.
It has entered popular usage these days among youngsters because it sounds like “go die”. You can use the phrase if you want to tell a friend to “go to hell” in a half-joking manner. Definitely not recommended for use when speaking with a stranger.