- A white man has stirred massive reactions online as he sang Pasuma's Choices song in a viral video
- While singing, the oyinbo man pronounced all the Yoruba words well to show that he understood everything
- Many Nigerians who reacted to his video said his should be a clarion call to parents to teach their children their local languages
A white man in her video shared by Bukky Wright that has gone viral showed off his fuji singing skill as he mentioned every of the Yoruba words in Pasuma's Choices song without missing any.
In Yoruba, he sang how no matter what one is going through now, things will still become sufficient in the future.
He is very good
As he sang along to Pasuma's song, the white man accompanied his performance with his hands to show people he really understood what he was saying.
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Many Nigerians who reacted to his video wondered how come he knows the language so much. They wanted to know where he learnt it from.
Watch the video below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"He was singing it as if he knows d meaning."
"Something that we the real owners don’t appreciate niyęn o!"
"Very soon our children will have to pay millions of naira to learn our own language from the west soon, you see it here first."
"Client wey boys dey manage. E reach your turn, u teach him our language."
"And some people will say « my child doesn’t speak Yoruba » The earlier we appreciate our own."
"Irony of life. Nigerians are trying to discard our mother language while white descendants are embracing the language."
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"Lots of Nigeria parent think teaching there kids yoruba language is an abomination, embrace ur own thing."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young white man with the Twitter handle @kierannwood went online to narrate how a serial fraudster from Nigeria was messing with people's Instagram accounts.
He sent screenshots of the messages they exchanged and their faces in a video call they had. In his direct message, the Nigerian man said the company he invested in is giving out £500 (N261,131.05) to five people.
To get the free money, the person has to answer a riddle that goes:
"An ex-policeman lost his house, his car and his girlfriend. WHAT DID HE LOSE FIRST?"