Nigerians React After Adesua Etomi Says Yoruba Soup “Gbegiri” Is Trash
Adesua Etomi has disclosed that peer pressure made her eat the local Yoruba soup, Gbegiri. The Nigerian actress then branded it as trash and that she prefers amala with ewedu and fried peppery stew.
Meanwhile, if you are wondering what Gbegiri soup is, know that it’s beans soup made with black eyed or brown beans. The delicacy is best eaten with Tuwo Shinkafa or Amala and Ewedu soup.
Anyway, Banky W’s wife wrote;
“I’ve decided that gbegiri is trash. Peer pressure made me eat it with my amala but I have grown as an individual and now I know without a shadow of doubt that I prefer my amala with ewedu and fried peppery stew.
Ex gbegiri sufferer”
Of course, there were reactions!
As deep as I would have love to support this claim, It would have been better, if your argument was based on “Gbegiri is trash without ewedu” how can gbegiri be a trash with the help of ewedu? Maybe you haven’t try it in a nice local canteen in Ibadan. Not all those microwave one
— Mr Muller. (@Mulleroflife) May 20, 2020
Go to Ibadan and ask for Amala skye, after eating abula there, then repeat this statement if you can
— Jide owoyomi (@Jeedayfola) May 19, 2020
Wetin you and uncle banky dey chop sef ? First pounded yam is overrated , now this.🤦🏾♂️ You people don’t have taste 😩
— ᴅᴇᴊɪ xᴏ™ 💦🌍 (@dejiimole) May 20, 2020
If you now mix the gbegiri, ewedu and fried peppery stew together, you will understand the stunt well ooo. Gbegiri no get spinal chord. Na ewedu e dey use stand well.
Maami, I hail oo
— Okelola Stephen (@SJerubbaal09) May 19, 2020
I stand with you on this 200%. Like how are they eating blended beans with Amala??
— The Rere (@iamTheRere) May 20, 2020
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