- A Nigerian lady has got many people praising her after she spoke like an American, Indian, British and a proper Igbo indigene
- The lady switched from one accent to another, showing that she has mastered the act of sounding like whoever she likes
- Many TikTokers said that she would be good in any communications department with voiceover skill
A young Nigerian lady has amazed many people online with the way she code switched between American, British and Indian accents.
After she tried out those accents, she went into full Igbo language, leaving many people amazed. Some social media users said that she would do well as a customer support agent.
She code-switched well
There were those who said that they loved her voice more when she spoke Igbo and role-played as an Indian lady speaking the English language.
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A look at the lady's page shows that she creates videos around her voiceover skill.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 300,000 views with more than 1,000 comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"The Indian and the Igbo hit."
"I also do accents but am scared to make videos."
"The Igbo just hit differently."
"We need to see each other for some work."
"This is probably imo state babe."
"Someone should teach me how to do British accent biko."
Be Joyful said:
"That American accent sounded like Australian rather."
"I think I love this content, your switch is filled with perfection."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young lady has 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.