- Patapaa has been trending after a video of him and his girlfriend cooking popped up online
- This follows Patapaa's use of the expression "I can't hear the pepper" while speaking to his girlfriend
- The wrong expression has thrown many people into laughter on social media
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Ghanaian musician Patapaa has got people on social media laughing after a video of him spending time in the kitchen with his girlfriend, Liha Miller, popped up.
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The video has Patapaa making a funny English statement while cooking with his white girlfriend.
Patapaa and Liha Miller are currently observing a lockdown in Germany and they decided to give us some couple goals from their kitchen.
While inside the kitchen, Liha could be heard telling Patapaa that she had put a lot of pepper in the food she was preparing.
Patapaa who seemed to want more pepper than what had been put in the food disputed Liha's claim.
In expressing his discontent Patapaa was heard saying "I don't hear the pepper". Judging from his statement Patapaa looked to have made a direct translation of the Twi expression for one not feeling the taste of pepper in food.
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The video has got social media users sharing many funny reactions to Patapaa's statement.
@zeeopoku observed that: "He translated directly from Twi "mente mako no" ."
@lucindaeffah joking said: "Think loudspeakers are needed to hear de pepper well in what ever she is preparing."
@ki_ki__baes also laughed at the direct translation: "Direct translation he is not supposed to hear pepper."
@nanaachiaaabunyewa described Patapaa as English man: "Eiiiee patapaa you must hear pepper inside English man."
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