Everyday, people learn new ways of doing things, and it's only someone who has an open mind that will pick something out of what others may call a joke. Secondly, when a girl seems relaxed in her house, she tends to be free and sometimes may not even be wearing any clothes at all.
A video of one of the Big Brother Naija housemates, Queen, was shared online where she's using a sponge to wash yams, and it got people talking, because it seemed new.
While some others talked about it, music producer Obak Solo also talked about the fact that she was not wearing either pants or brassieres while doing the washing, which he obviously was referring to because it was national television. In his words but in Pidgin language, "no pants and brassieres are normal but she's also using sponge to wash yam."
See the video link below.
However, have you seen where a sponge is being used to wash yam, or is that your first time too?
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