- Buti Majulle has become popular for coining the phrase Yena Aya Kwini
- He has dwarfism
- He is on a mission to spread positivity among people living with dwarfism
Buti Majulle, the man who gained popularity for coining the catchphrase Yena Aya Kwini, is on a mission to spread positivity among people living with dwarfism.
Yen.com.gh understands that Yena Aya Kwini is derived from the Tsonga language and loosely means: ''Serves you right; where were you going?"
Mzansi netizens have picked up the phrase and applied it to many hilarious situations. Buti is now in demand as a singer and entertainer at social gigs around the country.
Despite his fame, Buti always seeks to connect with fellow people living with dwarfism around the country to motivate them. He has visited them in places like Limpopo and Mpumalanga.
Speaking to dailysun.co.za, he said dwarfism isn't a disability and people living with it should pursue their dreams.
I used to feel sidelined because of my height. It didn’t help that people made fun of me. Eventually, I outgrew that and accepted myself for who I am.
My message to people like me is to never give up. They must never take to heart what other people say about them. Their day will come.