Nigerian model with tribal marks on her face, Adetutu, has taken a swipe at singer Simi for talking about people with tribal marks in her cover of the trending #FvckyouChallange song.
Adetutu, in her reaction mentioned that Simi’s choice to use the phrase: “sè mo kòlá ní” which literally can be translated from the Yoruba Language as “Do I look stupid?” is quite derogatory.
I have tribal marks and I really do appreciate it now because it’s my tribal marks and a lifetime heritage.
Listening to @symplisimi #fvckyouchallenge reminds me of what I have been hearing ever since I was wise enough to know when people are passing insults to people with tribal marks.
Mostly said by some of my Yoruba people, “sè mo kòlá ní” means do I look like an idiot/stupid?
People with tribal marks are not daft or stupid, I don’t care if they have been saying for long but it is not a right thing to say
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