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“Anyway, the history of Yoruba and the Binis has always being of a raconter of tales without affirmative, but one look more biblical than the other, in that the yoruba is a tribe that never extinct despite slavery and the taking to new world it is inspiring to note it lifly radiation of influence and richess that is the seven wonders of the Yoruba.”
“May God provide you a good yoruba man after His heart according to His will for you”
“God punish am, hirriotfunky yoruba accent,lol I cannot stand men like dat, uggh!”
“When it was time, we sang a little song to her in the yoruba language, Lucumí.”
“As a mixed race of the yoruba varietyI always tick the black british box myself but if asked, Id say I was nigerian.”
“I do get embraced by some people especially when I speak in yoruba and they gleefully declare 'Tiwa ni'She's ours!”
“And dude throws it down in anyway you want, barely speaks yoruba though but curses the hell out of you, dance and do everything Nigerian, yet he's called "Oyinbo" at school, strictly that!”
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“Brought to the country by the slaves of yoruba tradition, the cult of Iemanjá (or Yemanja or Janaína) can also be seen in other countries, such as neighboring Uruguay and Cuba.”
“Toluwa #imfromnigeria where your math professor is also your english, yoruba, psychology and geography professor. youwouldnever my geography teacher is rasicst and he eats mc donalds everyday. no wonder his wife left him and his gay self. morgziie time to do some of this geography assignment: s”
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