Amazigh woman with her child
#before you ask i’ve added amazigh woman because #sahelie’s taggs say so #i trust this person #kinda
Do you think I’m your friend to take the liberty to “write” this about me? Have I ever engaged you in any way for you to be that comfortable? For you to have the nerve to make this passive aggressive comment when I already feel very uneasy about your funny looking self as you greatly remind me of my stalker, impersonator is ironic. Delete my post(s) off your trash corner of the web and don’t you ever dare look at my blog again (that’s if you can), weirdo.
Are you serious? I only added those tags because I though that my followers would like to the ethnicity of the woman. And I’m not saying I trust you because I know you, I just trust that you tagged the correct information.
tbh I don’t care what you think about my appearance I’m fucking cute and my comments were not passive aggressive. loool I find this highly funny you’re flipping out over nothing.
Beautiesofafrique/afridiaspora/lamochacoca/womenofwildwildwestafrica and countless other (how does one manage? wait, nevermind), you knew exactly what you where looking for and you got it. Almost cute that you’re trying to play clueless now but you can only fools simple people such as yourself.
You’re going to end up asking yourself if pretending to be someone you will never be is worth it. This should be fun.
How was I pretending to be you? I just added a comment onto your post. Girl get over yourself
Sahelie, shut your nasty fucking ugly ass mouth, bitch. You filthy desert rat. Go crawl back to the hell hole you came from. Never bring up my username ever again, you disgusting piece of shit.
(The Efiks inhabit the coastal area of South Eastern Nigeria and are very well known nationally and internationally partly because of the prominence of Calabar in Nigerian history and also due to their rich cultural heritage. Among the broad culture of the Efiks are “Ekombi”, the Efik classical music, “Ukwa”, the only fencing match in sub-Saharan Africa, “Mbuk”, a collection of Efik folklore, and “Ekpe”. Abang dance is performed for entertainment and at festive occasions. The dance can be simple as well as elaborate with many interpretations behind it. The most famous cuisine “Edikangikong” is renowned as next to none in Nigeria.
There are a host of other traditional dance forms. “Nkuho”, where a young female, who is about to be betrothed in marriage, is confined, taught and molded into womanhood. Here she learns moral values of the community and how to appreciate herself. While in confinement, she is not allowed to do any chores. Instead, she eats as much as she wants; is pampered and taught the Ekombi dance in preparation for the day that she comes out of the confinement. She is not allowed any male visitors except her suitor. The length of time in the confinement has changed over the years.) Source
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My soul has been cleansed
I felt the need to reblog this again because^^^^^^ all that. Whew. I luh her.