Waist beads are a traditional African accessory that consists of a small glass beads on a string or wire worn around the waist or hips mostly by the females, it comes in different shapes, sizes and colours.
In the past,waist beads were mostly used by young girls to provide shape to their waist lines and also to show maturity. It was also used to identify a young lady that was ready for marriage.
It was also worn by pregnant women for protection against attack on their babies.
Nowadays, girls now use the waist bead as an item of fashion without actually paying much heed to the original superstitious use of the waist beads.
On a scale of 1 to 10, 5 out of every male detest ladies with waist beads as most of them view it as some sort of worldly and ungodly item.
What are your opinions are waist beads evil or good. Drop your comments
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