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A white man has caused massive reaction on social media after he asked a very controversial and funny question on Facebook.
As we all know, the slang "Cut soap for me" is a Nigerian slang which means show me the way it how did you achieve success. The slang became famous and is used by many Nigerians both home and abroad. Recall that even Leicester and Nigerian striker, Kelechi Iheanacho recently used the slang in UK.
The English man was confused about what "Cut soap for me" meant after seeing a lot of people use the slang, decided to go for it and ask what the slang meant.
The man said;
"Can someone from Nigeria explain what this cutting soap is all about to a confused Englishman? Thanks."
Nigerians didn't waste time as a lot of Nigerians flooded his comment section answering his question. Below are screenshots of reaction and comments.
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