Nigerian man plays safe, He ask Her Daughter this Question after seeing her with white girl to avoid Rac!sm problems
A video showing a Nigerian man’s reaction to seeing his daughter’s company with a white girl has sparked reactions on social media.
In a viral TikTok video, the man watched from his car as his daughter crossed to where he was with a white girl and another black kid.
Apparently, his daughter wanted the little white girl to go with them in her dad’s car, but the man wasn’t taking any chances.
Her dad became an interrogator
Speaking in Yoruba, he called her ‘big sister’ and asked if she has a visitor, questioning if the white girl would be going with them.
His daughter innocently responded in the affirmative, stating that the girl’s mum didn’t come to pick her up.
The man countered her, asking if his daughter was sure the white girl’s mum permitted her kid to go with them.
His daughter insisted that she got the white girl’s mum’s consent.
Watch the video below:
Lol,,, #trending #kids #america #yorubatiktok
Social media reactions
“Kids should really learn not to run when they cross the street though..”
“No be lie now raciest wahala are you sureeeeeeeeeeeeeee that question is important.”
“Did any one heared mataroron oooo, nija man fese for hin passport.”
“Before dem talk say u don’t kidnap person child racism at its peak.”
“The way she ask them to run, you will know she’s from Lagos Nigeria.”
“This doesn’t look safe. better education needed there.”
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