American rapper T.I eats Ghana jollof with his wife in photo; Nigerians go gaga

American rapper T.I eats Ghana jollof with his wife in photo; Nigerians go gaga

- Popular American rapper T. I has got social media buzzing after being captured in a photo eating jollof with his wife Tiny

- In the photo, Tiny was seen resting on the shoulder of T. I as he fed her with the Ghanaian dish

- Some Nigerian social media users, however, got agitated about the photo, taking to the comment section to express their opinion

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Award-winning US rapper T.I has caused a stir after choosing to taste the much-talked-about Ghana jollof with his wife.

In a photo that was sighted by, T.I and his beautiful wife Tiny were captured eating jollof.

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Tiny laid her head on the shoulders of the American rapper while he fed his wife the delicious-looking jollof.

After posting the photo, Ameyaw Debrah captioned it "Nigerians watch and learn! @troubleman31 feeds his wife @majorgirl #Ghanajollof."

Nigerian social media users, after seeing the photo and reading the post, took to the comment section to express their opinion:

@julietibrahim admired the beautiful couple: "On top he’s feeding her jollof #yearofreturn."

@fob1 teased that T.I was not given napkin: "Let me bring some napkins from Nigeria since you don't have some for your guest."

@kingbussy asked why there was no plate: "@ameyaw112 Why on a chopping board tho? No plates? Lemme ask ma Nigerian pple to send some plates."

@fomajoe had this to say: "But he never even posted on his Instagram that he is in Ghana . Nigeria 9- Ghana 0 as usual @ameyaw112."

@dareydarey commented: "It’s all getting boring really."

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Deducing from the comments, it is evident that Ghana and Nigeria's argument on whose jollof tastes better still holds.

T.I and his wife Tiny were in Ghana to tour the country as part of their 'Year of Return' initiative to the West African country.

While in Ghana, they visited the Elmina Castle to witness first-hand information on the slave trade.

In a publication by, T.I and his wife were seen listening to historic stories about the Transatlantic slave trade.

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