- Nollywood actress Ufuoma McDermott has taken to social media to share a funny video with her daughter, Kesiena
- Kes who wanted to collect a phone from her mother attempted to ask for it in the Yoruba language
- The little girl was heard saying ‘fun mi the phone’ as her mother burst into laughter
Popular Nigerian actress, Ufuoma McDermott, no doubt has cute children and she shares their antics on social media from time to time.
Just recently, the movie star’s young daughter, Kesiena, had fans laughing uncontrollably at her attempt to speak the Yoruba language.
In the cute video shared on Instagram, Kes was heard asking her mother to give her a phone and she decided to ask for it in Yoruba.
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The little girl no doubt started off on a good note when she said ‘fun mi’ which means give me. The people’s high hopes in her turned to amusement after her mother asked what she wanted to be given and she said ‘fun mi the phone’.
Ufuoma could not help laughing at her daughter’s attempt at Yoruba and she proceeded to teach her the right way to say it.
The actress told her daughter to say ‘fun mi ni phone yen’ instead of ‘fun mi the phone’.
See the hilarious video below:
Fans and colleagues of the actress also trooped to the comment section to express their amusement and to also gush over how cute Kesiena was.
Read what some of them had to say below:
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"Sharp girl, so cute."
"It's her confidence for me."
"Funmi The phone jor! Please don't stress this princess ooo."
"Even mama self no be pro oooookasiena come and teach my son pls."
In other related news, Legit.ng earlier reported that veteran Nollywood actress, Mercy Johnson, left fans stunned after she was heard speaking Yoruba.
She was spotted wearing a lovely red dress with bulb sleeves that showcased her beautiful figure. However, what seemed to impress fans the most was when the Kogi-born actress spoke fluently in Yoruba language.
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