- The slang 'shedibalabala' has been trending for weeks now and while a lot of people have dropped their version for the challenge, some found it offensive
- In an exclusive chat with Legit.ng, creators of the challenge revealed how the slang came to life and ended up trending worldwide
- The hypemen also disclosed that the challenge or slang is not to demean or ridicule women in any way
A popular slang on the streets now is 'shedibalabala'. The slang has gone on to become a challenge where women and even men have dropped videos on various platforms on social media swaying their behinds.
While some people see it as an ordinary slang and trend, some women think that it is not okay to address them in such a manner.
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In an exclusive interview with Legit.ng, the creators of the challenge who are hypemen, Jerry Shaffer and Bobby Banks revealed how the slang came to be and what it says about women.
According to Banks, the slang came to life in February and it just became popular recently. He said the lines in the entire challenge was a real-life situation that he witnessed.
Replying to the statement that the entire lyrics are against women, Shaffer said the song speaks to a particular set of women and it is not against them or any other woman in any way.
The hypeman said it does not mean they don't see women as equals or in good light, the whole affair is just bants.
Bobby also revealed the 'shedibalabala' has been made into a full song.
Watch the video below:
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The music star focused her creative juices on a new direction after she styled and captured herself for the Vogue cover.
Rihanna shared some photos taken for the magazine and explained that it was the do-it-yourself (DIY) issue.