"Real African Wife": White Woman Pounds Palm Fruits Used for Local 'Banga Soup', Video Goes Viral on TikTok
- A TikTok video shows a white woman copiously pounding cooked palm fruit which is used for 'banga stew'
- The local delicacy is associated with many countries in Africa, where it is used to make stew or soup
- In Nigeria, the soup or stew made from the juice of pounded palm fruits is called 'ofe akwu' or 'banga stew'
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A short TikTok video shows an oyinbo woman painstakingly pounding cooked palm fruits.
In the video seen on the handle of @toffee773, the oyinbo mother sat outside and pounded the local delicacy with a mortar and a pestle.
Apart from being a source of palm oil, cooked palm fruit is usually pounded to extract the juice, which is then used for stew or soup called 'banga' or 'ofe akwu.'
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A lot of TikTok users were impressed with the way she sat while pounding the cooked palm fruits. She handled the mortar and pestle like an African woman who was brought up from childhood to do the job.
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As she continued to pound, a little child thought to be her daughter lurked around the area.
However, it is not yet clear if the woman is married to an African man.
A lot of people who have seen the video have described the oyinbo woman as a true African wife.
Watch the video below:
Reactions from TikTok users
"She's living the way she wants."
@Jerry Suakollie commented:
"This is how we should live, thanks mama!!!!!!"
@Jacinta Lashley312 reacted:
"Live your best life, girl."
@su Realeza said:
"With love everything is possible."
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"This is a real woman that married with all her heart and love."
"You look absolutely powerful on this it shows that your a real African wife."
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