Self-isolation has glued us to our internet more. And above other things, this means a lot of Youtube videos. Yes, they are very enjoyable, but can Nigerian Youtube vloggers please stop doing these things?
What they are saying is this: “Hi guys. Welcome to my channel.” What we don’t understand is why they can’t say it like all normal people.
2. “A lot of people have been asking for my skin care routine.”
Who are these people? Certainly not me
3. Cooking channels with ingredients that you can’t find in a Nigerian market.
Darling, I live in Egbeda and I watch your channel. Where in Egbeda will I find Chicken risotto periperi?
4. Making videos out of something very ordinary.
Ordinary means a lot of different things to different people, but imagine spending your expensive data on a YouTube video where the vlogger simply is singing Nigerian anthem or maybe washing plates. Nne, if I wanted to listen to the national anthem, I will sing it to myself. And I can wash plates by myself. Do you realise how much a data bundle costs now?
5. Ameri-British accent with a tint of Ojuelegba razz.
Yes, some people have accents. But those who don’t have an accent should please stop faking it. Just be you. It would be fun to hear a real Nigerian accent. Honestly.
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