- A Nigerian in a popular video tried hard to teach his fellow soldiers in the US Army a popular Zlatan slang
- After the colleagues were able to say something similar to kapaichumarimarichopaco, they had a smile of victory on their faces
- Many people on Instagram said the white soldiers' attempts were so amusing to watch
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A video of a Nigerian man trying to teach his colleagues a slang formed by Zlatan has surfaced on the internet and many people love it.
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In the clip, the man tried many times to teach his colleagues in the US Army how to say kapaichumarimarichopaco.
The white officers kept laughing as they put in their best to wrap their tongues around the mouthful word only Zlatan knows what it means.
It was such a lovely clip to see as the soldiers looked into the camera and smiled after what seemed like a good attempt at pronouncing the word.
The video which was posted by social media influencer and Yoruba poet, Agba Inaki, has been watched thousands of times within a few hours.
Watch the clip below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Let me do my own with teju."
"I can’t stop laughing ooo."
"This is a lovely concept bro..."
"Tongue twisters right there!"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man identified as Ololade got promoted in the US Army and the amazing moment he was decorated got many people talking.
The clip which was shared by his family member, @D_urbanpluslady, disclosed the man's daughter was a bit dramatic when she was pinning the new badge on her dad.
After a formal statement on why he and others were being promoted, Ololade's wife and daughter approached him with the man kneeling.
The daughter removed her daddy's cap as she funnily flung some festoons, stirring laughter from people who were watching. She also punched him in the chest in a very hilarious way.
Joseph Omotayo writes for the human interest desk at Legit.ng. He graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University with a degree in Literature in English. He loves basketball and books. He tweets @omotayome.