- A young lady has got many people so entertained when she sang 1da Banton's No Wahala song with British English
- The lady made sure she pronounced all the words as if it was an English citizen reciting the lyrics
- Many Nigerians thronged her comment section, asking her to sample other local songs with the accent
A Nigerian lady with the TikTok handle @okenwanyi has in a funny video made people laugh online with her accent.
With a British accent, the lady sang the lyrics of 1da Banton's No Wahala song. She sang in such a way that you would think she was reading from a book.
Using British accent for a local song
Every pidgin word in the song was performed as if a British citizen was trying hard to learn the song for the very first time.
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Nigerians were amazed and equally entertained by her content, asking @okenwanyi to sing more Nigerian songs.
Watch the video below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"The woo ha larr has me crying."
"The laugh at the end I can't."
"Idk where it came from."
"not me low-key vibing to the no wahala part."
Afia Hangōût said:
"I can hear every single word."
"This sound is definitely going far."
"You look so pretty aswell and imagine if you made a whole series of this!"
"Try any Burna boy song pleaseee."
"I love that song it sounds so bad with a British person singing over it even though I'm British."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young lady in a video impressed many people as she spoke fine American English that many could not associate with her environment.
In the clip, the Nigerian held up a camera and funnily spoke about a guy she met online who was asking for a gift card.
Even though whatever she may be talking about could be fictitious, her command of spoken American English was almost impeccable.