- A funny video of a young woman has gone viral on social media
- The video has the young woman eating scorched rice known in Ghana as 'kanzo'
- Many social media users have commented on the video since it popped up
In Ghana, the down part of cooked rice which is referred to in English as scorched or crunch rice is treated as important as the rice itself.
Known in the Ghanaian parlance as 'kanzo', it is considered as a delicacy by many people and food joints across the country usually sell that in addition to the normal rice.
A young lady has confirmed the importance of 'kanzo' in Ghana with a video her of eating some in unprecedented fashion.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the lady is seen sitting down a whole rounded 'kanzo' which looked like no part of it broke away.
Though the larger part of the 'kanzo' is burnt beyond what is normally consumable with the whole crust turned charcoal black, the lady goes about the eating tactfully.
She picked the good parts of the scorched rice bit by bit as she tried to avoid the burnt parts.
Interestingly, the video has Fameye's Nothin I Get song playing in the background which somehow suggests she was a poor woman.
The lady's video has received a lot of reactions from social media users. Below are some of the reactions:
@kbrempong "Ohia nny3 adepa, people dey chop gellato wey people dey chop kanzo, no be now oo"
@ayingarita "Chai kanzo mu kanzo paaa"
@phrettie_papers "Pls ebi carpet or wat? eii eny3 easy oo"
@adnancarter "You don't need money to be happy in life. asuwear i feel her ruff hahaha"
@centuriesqueenforreal "Eeeeeeiiiii Chisos ... Ewiase paaaaaa de3.. chai some foine ladies can fool for the world na adzen"
@i.am_abusah "Ahh hope she prepared it herself cos only pipo who prepares such black magic can enjoy it. Enjoy sisy"
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