There are slangs and alot of times, they are deducted from songs, it can be from street songs or any other type of music. In recent days, we’ve seen a lot of them that we use in our day to day living because they fit perfectly into most situations.
Here, we will be highlighting the common and most popular slangs we have heard so far.
Originated from the song, Zazzu zeh, ever since then, people have been using the word.
According to a Twitter user, it means “The act of transitioning from a low point to a high point”. If you want to use it in a sentence, you can say:
Usage: He was heavily tired, not until the energy drink helped him trabaye
Trabaye is similar to Gbemidebe
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Often used to refer to a position of being low to being high
First used in Zazzu zeh song, it means “take me to where I want”. People have been using it in their daily lives, among friends and family.
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3. If I broke na my business
After the finesse virus broke out, it’s now the normal saying of people to flex on their money and use the caption, “if I broke na my business”. That is, mind your business, don’t interfere in my matter.
Ade: You are spending way too much, Williams
Williams: Leave me, if I broke na my business
This has been in vogue for 2years now. Originated from the street by different popular street artistes.
Kpk simply means “is it not plenty?”.
Kpk is a question that has its answer OPP, which means “it is indeed plenty”.
Him: I bought you a new shoe
Her: Kpk! Thank you baby
We are indeed weird in this country, cos what was that?!
5. E Choke
Originated from a viral video posted by Davido. The word has mostly been used by everybody since then.
It is quite similar to KPK.
Sola: How does this dress look on me, Tiara?
Tiara: E choke oo! You look stunning!
Originated from Zazzu zeh song. Zeh according to me means “it is ok” abi wetin e mean again?
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7. Biza Biza
Originated from Zazzu zeh song, according to me, it simply means “e don set” . That is, everything don set, or everything don ready.
Instead of saying “Everything is done”. You can equally say “Everything don biza biza”
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A lot of times, I have been hearing this word, and I’m like “what does it even mean?!”. Thanks to Pheelz that brought light to it in the “Finesse” song.
Usage: You remember how he said “I’m not faking this, no fugazi”
Fugazi is another word for “fake”.
9. WTMG (WATIMAGBO)
This one is used to hype someone or something. …
Usage: Amala is unarguably the best swallow, WTMG!
I think everyone is familiar with this, right? Right!
Usage: He used to be a baller, sapa na your mate!
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You might have been wondering what they mean, I hope this have helped a lot. Did I miss any other popular slang?
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