- A Nigerian man and a white kid have used their unusual conversation to entertain Nigerians on social media
- In a short clip, the kid spoke a language the man never understood and he replied to him in Igbo to confuse the kid
- Many Nigerians who reacted to the funny video said the man was only trying to score a language-diversity point by speaking his own
A Nigerian man has generated massive reactions online in a video as he conversed with a white kid in the Igbo language.
In a TikTok video, after the kid had said something to him by bringing his mouth close to his ear, the man reacted in Igbo.
Must you speak close to my ears?
Looking confused, the kid said "huh?" to ask him to repeat himself. The man did in the same language, leaving him more perplexed.
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What the man said loosely translates as:
“I can hear you I’m not deaf, must you speak so close to my ears? I can hear you perfectly.“
Watch the video below:
The video reshared by Tunde Ednut gathered over 1,500 comments as at the time this report was written.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Awww sweet baby, he’s still saying 'huh'."
"He said 'I’m hearing what you’re saying, I’m not deaf, must you say to my ears before I could hear you'."
"Why he Dey worry the pickin naw."
"This man must be from Anambra."
"The boy speak waiting the guy no hear and the guy reply the boy too for waiting he no hear 1-1."
"See his head like someone bearing Ndubuisi.
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"Normally Once you have naija blood, no matter where you are, u no fit Dey fully normal."
Man who spoke Igbo in Dubai
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that an oyinbo man 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.