- An American who walked into a boutique owned by a Nigerian woman wowed her with his Yoruba speaking skill
- After asking where the clothes are from, the US citizen started speaking Yoruba, an act that surprised everyone present
- The shop owner had to whip out her camera to get the moment recorded as she complimented the white man
A white man has amazed many in a video that has since gone viral. He walked into a Yoruba woman's shop and spoke her language.
Before he showed his spoken skill of the language, the man asked the woman if the clothes she is selling are from Nigeria.
Do you speak Yoruba?
When the woman answered affirmatively, the oyinbo man asked her in smattering Yoruba if she speaks the language.
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The woman who was caught unawares looked at the man dumbfounded before saying yes. A man who was present said he will really need to capture the moment with his phone's camera.
I am not good enough
When the American was told that he could speak the language pretty well, he said he does not have mastery of spoken Yoruba yet.
Watch the video below:
As at the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 500 comments with more than 150,000 views.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"These people love our language and culture."
"Jesus is lord."
"This is so lovely, one love will bring us together."
"So beautiful to watch."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that an oyinbo man in Dubai amazed some Nigerian Igbo men shopping for clothes in Dubai in a video posted by comedian Mc Zanzino on Instagram.
In the short clip, the white man conversed with four Nigerians who walked into his shop to buy clothes.
His conversation with them was so fluid. The oyinbo man even did the popular Nigerian handshake to show them he knows their culture.
Posting the video online, the comedian said that Nigerians already 'corrupted' the white man in Dubai as he said "Nigeria to the world".